Talent Management

Cruise control

Wouter van Wersch’s business card might carry two job titles, but the President and CEO of GE Southeast Asia says his sole objective is in keeping the flag of the 125-year-old industrial technology company flying high
Kelvin Ong - 17 Apr 2017
The countdown is on for Malaysia’s Vision 2020 ambition of achieving developed economy status. The mission was first voiced over 25 years ago, but – as HRM Asia learns – there are still plenty of skills-related hurdles blocking the path
Kelvin Ong - 10 Apr 2017
Executive MBAs are fast-becoming the development programme of choice for senior leaders who want to move even further up the ladder. HRM Asia takes a closer look at the added value these degrees provide through their keen focus on group learning
Sham Majid - 07 Apr 2017
In a straight-talking interview with HRM Asia, Jenny Ooi, Chief HR Officer at plasterboards conglomerate USG Boral, shares why every HR policy is geared towards maximising the potential of the business.
Sham Majid - 28 Mar 2017
The traditional and stable world of work as we know it is slowly but surely displaced by unambiguity and disruption, characterised by short-term contracts and independent “gigs”. In this special feature, HRM Asia unravels the complexities of the gig economy and investigates it from an HR standpoint.
HRM Asia - 24 Mar 2017
K Thiveanathan, Chief HR Officer at semiconductor firm UTAC, says HR needs to recalibrate its thought process towards making an empowering and purposeful impact.
HRM Asia - 20 Mar 2017
Momentum is a powerful force in the physical world. Once something is moving, it needs an equal force to stop it. Social researcher and HR Summit and Expo Asia 2017 keynote presenter Michael McQueen says the same is often true in business. In this exclusive HRM Asia preview, he explains the extra value behind getting “on a roll”.