Leadership

Cruise control

Wouter van Wersch’s business card might carry two job titles, but the President and CEO of GE Southeast Asia says his sole objective is in keeping the flag of the 125-year-old industrial technology company flying high
HRM Asia - 21 Feb 2017
Prof Sattar Bawany, CEO & Certified C-Suite Master Executive Coach of Centre for Executive Education (CEE), shares why it may be time for organisations to think of their employees first before their customers and explains why leadership can impact the organisational culture.
Kelvin Ong - 25 Jan 2017
Sabrina Tan, CEO of Singaporean beauty technology company Skin Inc, says the traditionally male-dominated technology industry and female-skewed skin care sector have a lot more in common than meets the eye.
Paul Howell - 10 Jan 2017
So you think your organisation is “serious” about innovation? Professor Gary Hamel, one of the world’s most influential business thinkers and keynote presenter at HR Summit Asia 2017, sets an extremely high bar. He says truly serious innovation requires a complete overhaul of the traditional management model.
Sham Majid - 10 Aug 2016
For a company that is close to 140 years old, standing still amid a sea of change is never an option. Thomas Holenia, president of adhesive technologies and consumer goods giant Henkel in Singapore, shares that same indomitable spirit when it comes to moving with speed and precision.
Naadiah Badib - 03 May 2016
Leaders in the top tier of their organisation ought to set a good example to employees. So how can these high-level executives develop their own skillsets? HRM finds out.

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