Session Two – 1 August 2019, 11am to 1.30pm
Developing Your Enterprise 4.0 –
What has Organisation Culture Got To Do With It?
WEWORK 22 CROSS ST, 22 CROSS STREET, 2ND FLOOR SINGAPORE 048421
If we were to define Enterprise 4.0 as the next generation enterprise that can successfully scale up in operation and scale out beyond its place of origin in a fast-evolving business environment characterised by greater complexity, ambiguity and unpredictability, what role does organisation culture play? Would the adage of “culture eats strategy for breakfast” still apply? What can leaders do to ready themselves and teams to navigate into the future?
Ms Evelyn Kwek
Managing Director, Great Place to Work
Thinker, researcher, future-oriented and passionate – Evelyn is a sought-after conference and seminar speaker who has an intuitive and well-researched grasp of local and global pressing issues, people trends and practices, and a wealth of experience in Human Resources and Organizational Development. She partners her clients to develop strategies aimed at creating great workplace cultures. She has co-authored two national research papers on the work-life scene in Singapore and regularly facilitates roundtable sessions. With a first degree in Business Administration specializing in Human Resources, she was later awarded a scholarship and pursued her Master in Business Administration with the Singapore Management University. She is a mother of 3.
Mr James Bitanga
Chief Legal Officer / Director of Strategy, Reapra
James is part of Reapra, a venture builder with the ambitious vision of creating sustainable companies and promoting efficient entrepreneurship. At Reapra, he leads the Corporate Strategy team for Southeast Asia who are tasked to provide entrepreneurs with the type of support that enables long-term sustainable organisational development. He also heads Reapra’s legal function. James has extensive investment and business experience in the Digital Media, Marketing, and Technology startup space across Asia and North America. Previously, he was with IBM and Axiom focusing on technology transactions. Legally trained, James spent years as a securities litigator in New York. He completed his JD from Boston College Law School and is a member of the New York Bar.
Mr Alex Teo
HR / People Ops Lead, ShopBack
Alex Teo is part of the People team at ShopBack – a Singapore-founded start-up that enhances the shopping experience for consumers across Asia-Pacific by giving cashback rewards and offering discovery features. Alex leads initiatives to improve the employee experience, including developing and delivering L&D programmes across all levels of the organisation. Before joining ShopBack, Alex spent over a decade in the public sector where he was last Head Infocomms & Media at the Economic Development Board (EDB), partnering global technologies companies (e.g. Google, Grab, IBM) to grow their presence in Singapore.
He holds a Bachelors in Economics from the University of Chicago. He is also a certified Results Trained Coach by the NeuroLeadership Institute, and is trained as a large-group SPOT on Facilitator. He believes in life-long skills acquisition.”
Mr Terence Quek, PBM
CEO & Master Trainer, Emergenetics Asia Pacific
Completing 13 years of service with the Singapore Navy, Terence co-founded strategic communications consultancy Caelan & Sage, leading it to a merger to form Emergenetics Caelan & Sage. He heads up the Asia Pacific Headquarter for Emergenetics International, a global people and organization development company that leverages the science of Emergenetics to realise individual and team potential and drive results.
Apart from being one of few Master Trainers for Emergenetics globally, Terence is recognised by the Association for Talent Development as ATD Master Performance Consultant and ATD Expert Coach. He holds a Master of Science in Communication Management from Singapore Management University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Honours) from University of Sheffield, UK.