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Embracing Transformation@Work with Design Thinking 2018





SNEF SAPPHIRE: Embracing Transformation at Work Seminar

The age of digitisation and the onset of Industry 4.0 has unsettled businesses and individuals. Digitisation has changed the way of work and business interactions with consumers, and is permeating in all areas of life at an exponential rate. Automation, AI, and Computational Intelligence (CI) have also gathered pace, and are fast displacing traditional brick-and-mortar ways of doing business.

The Embracing Transformation @ Work Seminar explores the impact of Digitisation and the way the Internet of Things (IoT) has changed demands on future skills and digital literary skills, and how existing business models can adopt Design Thinking approaches to reinvent their business to serve the increasing and ever-changing needs of customers. Self and Business Innovation will be discussed with real-world cases of businesses and executives’ who have achieved breakthroughs and peak performance success. Participants will also learn how organisational growth requires Strategic Workforce Planning, coupled with a holistic framework of a High Performing Organisation to scale greater heights and achieve extraordinary results.

The six internationally renowned speakers are: 
- Mr Darryl Parrant, from Willis Towers Watson (Singapore) on "Digitisation of Work"
- Dr Tim Schuurman, from DesignThinkers Group (Netherlands) on "Reinventing Business Growth Using Design Thinking"
- Dr. Andre De Waal, from HPO Center (Netherlands) on "From ‘Good’ to ‘Great’ – Becoming a High Performing Organisation"
- Ms. Grace Clapham, from The Change School (Singapore) on "Change as the Catalyst for Organisation Transformation"
- Ms Annie Leung, from CEO mindPower Ltd (Hong Kong) on "Self and Business Innovation, with Immediate Transformation"
- Mr Thomas Yeo, from CET Global Pte Ltd (Singapore) on "Strategic Workforce Planning for Organisational Growth"

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