In today’s business world, change is the only constant. With the emergence of innovative technologies and changes in customer expectations, to stay competitive, it is crucial for organisations to reassess and make changes to their people, process and business model.
However, resistance to change is the biggest challenge. There is a need for effective culture and change management to accelerate acceptance and speed of implementation for successful business transformation.
This summit will feature Asia’s leading change agents and business partners on managing change efficiently and effectively in the digital age – resulting in improved business performance, reduced risk of project failures, a more customer-centric and profitable organisation.
Download the latest agenda to learn more about the event.
Build Bridges Not Walls: Driving Effective Culture and Change Management in Today’s Globalised World
Issac Newton once said “We build too many walls and not enough bridges”. As Global VP Country Presidents Community Leader at Schneider Electric, Saulo Spaolanse’s role is to change this perception. Based in Singapore, his job is to be a bridge and enabler between regional operations, business units, global functions (HR, finance supply and marketing) and the executive committee.
In an exclusive feature he shares why Schneider Electric developed the Global Country Presidents Community.
Download the article to see how the Community translates the global strategy into their own regions and how they ultimately create a better workplace with a more collaborate culture.
Construction giant Lendlease is one organisation who knows too well about the challenges associated with maintaining employee engagement and a strong culture through business transformation.
In this exclusive article, Michelle Cock, Head of Change Management at Lendlease, explores key strategies for managing employee expectations during transformation, and how her team is focusing on flexible workplace practices to create and sustain a strong organisational culture.