Wan Kei Chiu, Professor of interactive designs at SCAD Hong Kong, shares intriguing insights on how gaming can be leveraged in solving talent and workforce challenges, retain and engage millennials, and leadership development.
In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Sam Neo, founder of People Mentality, shares how organizations can engage the millennial and multi-generational workforce and become an employer of choice.
In an exclusive interview with People Matters, Willy Saelan, Vice President - Human Resources, PT Unilever Indonesia, shares how Unilever is leveraging technology to support diversity and inclusion, the importance of self-learning, and his thoughts on the future of work.
In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Sabrina Ho, Founder & CEO, of women centric career platform Half the Sky, sheds light on why organizations should invest in upskilling women and men both themselves to remain relevant in the workforce of tomorrow.
In a special interaction with People Matters, Aadesh Goyal, CHRO at Tata Communications shares his perspectives on how AI will not replace but augment human intelligence, and how business success will increasingly depend on machines and humans collaborating rather than competing with each other.
In an insightful session at TechHR Singapore, 2019, John Kostoulas, Senior Research Director of Human Capital Management at Gartner highlighted the gap between what organizations are doing now for diversity versus what research suggests should be done.
In a candid conversation, Board Member of FC Barcelona, Maria Teixidor, a lawyer, mediator, and businesswoman, talks about how she carved her own niche, her role as a board member in FC Barcelona in strengthening the role of women in sports, and how she is working towards giving women the voice and platform they deserve.
It’s time for CEOs and boards to champion their gender diversity strategy and take bolder steps while women today should stand in their success and bring men along on the journey, asserts HR futurist Kate Barker.