Many CEOs consider technological advancements as the key driver of business transformation over the next five years. In other words, technology is no longer considered an option, but an essential aspect for companies to gain a competitive edge today. While almost 70% of organizations believe that HR technology is important or urgent, more than 40% do not believe they are ready to address this trend. As HR functions in Asia continue to evolve and innovate, regional HR executives are facing an important question: how can we succeed in utilizing the latest technology in talent management?
The Chamber has invited Kelvin Chua, Senior Executive Advisor, CEB, to highlight emerging technologies and innovations in recruiting, learning and engagement. He will also shed light on the impact of technologies on improving HR and organizational effectiveness by discussing some successful cases.
With over 20 years of human resources consulting and in-house experience, Kelvin has assisted clients on leadership transformation aimed at improving organizational effectiveness and human capital. Prior to joining CEB, Kelvin has worked for leading consulting firms such as KPMG, Aon Hewitt, Accenture and PwC. Chua is a Registered Industrial-Organizational Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. He holds an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and a BA in Psychology from the University of British Columbia.