April 2nd Thursday Event
The Future of Work
With the onset of the 4th industrial revolution, new business models and jobs are being created - and destroyed at an incredible pace.
What are key trends shaping the future of work? What are the jobs of the future, what is in demand today and how is this expected to change?
With the pace of technological progress in front of us, knowledge and skills are getting outdated quickly. What are the implications for individuals, organisations, and society?
For individuals: what was once a single vocation / single career life, is becoming a constant professional marathon. Within the next 5 years, it is estimated that more than 50% of skills valued today will give way to other skills such as cognitive flexibility. Are we outdated already? How can we catch up and learn at the speed required for the ever-changing demands of the business environment?
For organisations: the post-industrialisation model that is still largely intact clearly needs to change. How will companies find scarce talent? What does this mean for the workplace and HR systems of the future?
For society: changes to social structures and support systems will no doubt have to shift in alignment. What does this mean for education? Retirement systems?
Ultimately, what will it take to thrive in this era of disruptive times?
About the Speaker: Su-Yen Wong, Strategic Advisor & Board Director
Founder & CEO, Bronze Phoenix;Chairwoman, Nera Telecommunications
Su-Yen Wong is the non-executive Chairman of Nera Telecommunications, and serves as an independent Director at MediaCorp, Yoma Strategic Holdings, NTUC First Campus and NKF.
She had also served as CEO of the Human Capital Leadership Institute, which was established by the Economic Development Board of Singapore and the Ministry of Manpower, with a mandate to develop leaders for Asia.
Prior to that, she was Chairman (Singapore) for Marsh & McLennan Companies, and Senior Partner and Managing Director, Southeast Asia at Mercer.
Su-Yen currently serves on the Boards of several public, private, and not-for-profit organizations.
She is also a C-Suite advisor who is recognized as a powerful thought leader who brings over twenty years experience in business strategy, human capital, leadership development and the future of work.
She is a sought-after Keynote Speaker and facilitator at conferences around the world, and a regular guest lecturer at universities such as IESE Business School ,INSEAD (France), IPADE Business School (Mexico), NUS ,SMU and Yale University (USA).
Su-Yen is also an active member of the Singapore Institute of Directors, Women Corporate Directors, and the Young Presidents’ Organization.She has lived and worked in the United States, Thailand, Korea, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
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