Malaysia
Cyberjaya
16-17 July
2019
300 Delegates
9 Sessions

Human Capital Development in the Digital Economy:

Challenges and Opportunities

The workforce of tomorrow will be dramatically different from the workforce of today and yesterday. New trends are influencing the future of work. This will result in us working very differently in the future as compared to the past. In the past, rules were set and passed down to employees. In the future, the employee will drive how work gets done. Ironically, we are moving into an environment where it is no longer about employees needing the organisation, it is becoming more of the organisation needing the talent.

Millennials with their new ways of working and technological fluency bring a new perspective to work: they want an environment that they love and want to work in; breaking the paradigm organisations have that people need to work. By 2025 millennials who cherish mobility and globalisation will constitute 75% of the workforce. The future workplace would have been impacted far more than what one could have imagined.

Employees are now starting to drive the decisions and beginning to have conversations on how work gets done, when it gets done, who it gets done with, what technologies are being used to get it done, etc. New behaviours on sharing, communicating and collaborating are permeating organisations. Technologies such as big data, the cloud, the Internet of Things, automation etc. are enabling us to think about work differently.

Employees will cherish their experiences and it is these positive experiences that will drive engagement, productivity and superior performance. Employee Engagement is no longer the once a year dip stick survey but one that needs to be real time.Employee development strategies need to be aligned with the future workplace.

Learn, Network & Share with

Panel Session

Author, Speaker & Founder of Potential Dialogue Institute, Hong Kong

The Future of Work: Going Beyond Algorithms & Artificial Intelligence
Peter Nixon
Author, Speaker & Founder of Potential Dialogue Institute, Hong Kong
Opening Keynote

Chief Economist, Malaysian Rating Corporation Berhad, Malaysia

Malaysia Economy: Prospects & Risks
Nor Zahidi Alias
Chief Economist, Malaysian Rating Corporation Berhad, Malaysia
General Session 5

Group Chief Human Capital Officer, Maybank, Malaysia

The Digitalization of HR
Nora Abd Manaf
Group Chief Human Capital Officer, Maybank, Malaysia
General Session 2

Chief Marketing & Operations Officer, Microsoft Asia Pacific, HR

Talent Development in a Digital Workplace: The Microsoft Experience
Michal Golebiewski
Chief Marketing & Operations Officer, Microsoft Asia Pacific, HR
Sunrise Session 1

Master Trainer, SMR Group, Malaysia

Managing Learning Styles in today’s context
Karen Ong
Master Trainer, SMR Group, Malaysia
Sunrise Session 2

Chief Technology Officer, Management Made Easy – TalentOz India

Data Analytics for Talent Development
R. Muralidharan
Chief Technology Officer, Management Made Easy – TalentOz India
General Session 1

Director, Human Capital Management, Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet), Malaysia

Shaping an Organisational Culture: Learn, Work, Play – the PayNet Experience
Jun Maria Tan Abdullah
Director, Human Capital Management, Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd (PayNet), Malaysia
Panel Session

Chief Human Capital Officer, Telekom Malaysia, Malaysia

The Future of Work: Going Beyond Algorithms & Artificial Intelligence
Mohd Farid Shah Mohd Basir
Chief Human Capital Officer, Telekom Malaysia, Malaysia

Head of Training, SMR HR Group, Malaysia

Gurit Kaur
Head of Training, SMR HR Group, Malaysia
Panel Session

Chief Human Resources Officer, S P Setia, Malaysia

The Future of Work: Going Beyond Algorithms & Artificial Intelligence
Nadiah Tan Abdullah
Chief Human Resources Officer, S P Setia, Malaysia

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Day 1 – Tuesday, 16 July 2019

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Day 2 – Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Rapid change, complex markets, global inter-dependence, mushrooming data and destructive competition has created unprecedented stress and an ever-growing need for effective dialogues. The common human reaction to resistance to change is to respond negatively e.g. blaming, arrogance, delusion, and destruction.

The better response is to perceive things as they really are, manage your emotions to enhance your situation rather than hinder it. Dialogue, sell, negotiate, and implement change. It overcomes the challenges of getting people to do what you want when faced with resistance of some kind.

Peter’s slogan, “The Solution is in the Dialogue” is motivated by problems of dialogue gap that we see growing around us and by knowing solutions appear when we get the right people, to talk about the right issues, in the right way, time and space.

Peter Nixon is an experienced leadership and business development expert specialising in change management who dedicated himself to helping committed leaders dialogue, sell, and negotiate change in the fastest growing markets of the world. His Potential Dialogue System has now helped thousands of leaders in nearly 600 organisations and 60 countries achieve optimal outcomes.

Speaker Profile

Peter is founder and managing director of Potential Limited and author of four books:
Dialogue Gap (SCMP “one of the best business titles published this century”)
Negotiation: Mastering Business in Asia
The Business Developer’s Playbook
Corporate Culture: Hurdles to being #1 in the private and public sectors today.
Peter has advised on a wide variety of conflicts and negotiations including sales, sourcing, strategy, family business, talent management, bilateral negotiations (Iran-US, Rohingya, Israel-Palestine, Aceh-Java, Tibet-China, Sunni-Shia), hostage negotiations, religious conflicts, compliance, shareholder disputes, etc.
Peter Nixon
Author, Speaker & Founder of Potential Dialogue Institute
Hong Kong
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