Singapore Summit 2012 to Discuss Asia’s Increasing Dominant Role in Global Economy
August 14, 2012 (TSR) – The Singapore Human Capital Summit 2012 will discuss Asia’s increasing role in driving changes in the global economy, while tackling the human capital challenges unique to the highly diverse region.
To be held from Sept 19-20, Asia’s premier human capital and leadership conference will gather over 40 top business minds and expert talent, under the theme, “People Strategies for Asia: Harnessing Change, Managing Complexity “.
A plenary session at the Singapore Human Capital Summit.
It will provide an Asian focus to the latest strategies, research and proven practices in winning the war on people management.
A Summit highlight is the Asian Human Capital Award, which is co-sponsored by among others, the Singapore Ministry of Manpower and the Human Capital Leadership Institute.
The Award honours regional companies for their innovative and impactful people practices.
The first of its kind in Asia, it will contribute to the development of leading strategies to deal with the emerging human capital challenges on the continent.
Kwan Chee Wei, Executive Director of the Human Capital Leadership Institute, said at a press briefing: “The theme for this year’s Summit is singularly focused on Asia.
“We believe it is timely as the region positions itself to become the world’s dominant economic powerhouse.”
The Singapore Human Capital Summit 2012 is jointly organised by the Human Capital Leadership Institute, Singapore Ministry of Manpower and Singapore Workforce Development Agency.