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Key FOCUS

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THE WORLD AND ASIA

On the global arena there is a “New Normal”, where no single superpower dominates the global economy. Multilateral collaborative initiatives such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), One Belt, One Road (OBOR) and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) are challenging the economic and political status quo. The agenda for sustainable development
worldwide demands that the interest of the
community is on an equal footing with the
agendas of governments and businesses.
What do these developments mean for
businesses, brands, innovation, talent and
leadership?
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STRATEGY FOR GROWTH

It is critical to understand how organisations can leverage growth opportunities in today’s volatile and complex landscape by bringing new capabilities into play. The digitally enabled economy is spawning a new host of economic activity by catalysing innovation that challenges the conventional wisdom of doing business. How do businesses enable social innovation? What opportunities does rampant technological revolution pose to today’s world? The power of collaborating with an ecosystem of institutions, governments and individuals in which businesses interact will be examined.
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LEADERSHIP IMPLICATIONS

Dilemma resolution amidst ambiguity is thrust upon leaders at a greater speed and frequency than ever before. How do we build the capabilities to operate effectively in our local markets, have multi-market impact, and influence varied and dispersed teams? How can leaders lead in ways that are relevant to the needs of their organisations while reconciling their leadership dilemmas in a way that is authentic and relevant in today’s complex and competitive landscape?

SBLP 2016

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Today, globalisation is seamlessly integrated with daily activities in our business, personal and community interactions.

Leading economies that propel economic growth are forced to navigate rising geo-political tensions by forces vying for influenceand control over territories and resources. The rapid rise of online media and its consumption unites individuals separated by numerous physical borders into a collective voice for rapid change.

While Asia’s economic relevance on the global stage looks set for the coming decades, how are these loud and urgent demands on governments and businesses to deliver inclusive growth for Asia addressed?

At SBLP, we seek to understand the Asia of today, and explore its prospects for stability and growth for the future.

FEATURED SPEAKERS

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sblp 2011-2015

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Regional C-suites/C-1 executives
  • Identified as successors to regional head of organisation roles

ABOUT HCLI

The Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI) offers the unique ability to bring together multiple perspectives and voices from business, government and academia, offering thought leadership and insights on understanding Asia, successfully doing business in Asia and its implications on leadership and human capital strategies for Asia. Through its efforts, the Institute aims to develop global leaders with a strong understanding of leading in Asia, as well as to build Asian leaders with the ability to lead on the global stage.

HCLI is a strategic alliance between the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Singapore Economic DevelopmentBoard (EDB) and Singapore Management University (SMU).

For more information, please visit www.hcli.org