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Alvin Aloysius Goh

Executive Director,
Singapore Human Resources Institute

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Ming Teck Kong

Managing Director and Partner,
The Boston Consulting Group

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Angelina Chua

Vice President-Group Human Resources,

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Wing Git Chan

Group Head-Talent and Excitement,

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Juancho Jerusalem

Vice President & Head of APJ Expansion,

Discussion Points:

  • Why is this an extremely pivotal moment in time for organisations and what should they consider right now?
  • What roles need to change to meet the current organisational shifts?
  • If hybrid and remote working becomes the norm, how will workspaces of the future look like?
  • What are the major challenges that may arise due to the hybrid/remote working model and how can organisations overcome them?
  • How do we develop the team of leaders for the future of work?
  • What are the crucial skills and competencies in these times that can offer us true competitive leverage?
  • Do you think organisations need to adopt new technologies and solutions to ensure hybrid work schemes are successful? If affirmative, then what are those solutions?

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Future of work

The unprecedented outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic entirely transformed the conventional work paradigm. Businesses all over the world have a once-in-a-lifetime possibility to rethink the workplaces, workflows, management and employee strategies.

It’s imperative for the organisations to think that large scale transitions are happening in the workplaces that are significant for attaining success in the future of work. Some of the major trends catalysed by the pandemic are: Increase in hybrid and remote working, organisational redesign for resilience, increased use of data analytics and collection, enhanced focus on continuous learning and development, focus on the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial health of employees, customised performance monitoring instead of employee monitoring, and more.

Businesses must start building their future workplaces today since, in these uncertain times, organisational growth only depends upon productivity and resilience.

What does the Future of

Work look like?