How to successfully transform your organisation

Standard Chartered Bank HR to share insights on how to successfully roll out technological changes

How to successfully transform your organisation

Technology is rapidly disrupting every aspect of work, impacting on the role of traditional HR departments and workforce management practices.

Laura Cole, Head of HR Transformation, Standard Chartered Bank who has been responsible for successfully shaping and scoping the design and delivery of enterprise-wide HR transformation activity at one of Singapore’s major banks will share her insights on developing an HR technology  strategy at the upcoming HR Tech Summit Singapore.

Cole’s session will cover how to develop a HR technology strategy that takes into account short- and long-term business objectives, including:

  • Building a road map to address future needs and possibilities
  • Mapping out system requirements, identifying and defining the specifications and communicating the roll-out to employees
  • Creating a rolling technology strategy involving regular evaluation processes

The Summit will also feature some of the leading minds in HR from Asia-Pacific’s most well-known organisations, including Singapore University of Technology and Design, PwC and Citi.

Further a Tech Talk stream will showcase new HR technologies and how they can benefit workforce management in organisations.

More information about the HR Tech Summit is available here.

HRD Asia readers are encouraged to register now for the final seats at the Summit. The HR Tech Summit will be held at the Hilton Singapore on 28 March 2018.

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