Future of Work Forum
About this event
From 2020 until the present, market conditions in Asia have remained volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. Businesses have responded by shifting digital transformation (DX) priorities to be more resilient against future disruptions.
In this new normal where change is the only certainty, IDC says organisations need to be even more agile, and able to navigate through market disruptions by harnessing their people, financial, and technological resources to pre-empt and respond to change.
In another study, the Cushman & Wakefield report, Asia Pacific Office of the Future Revisited, concluded that as businesses in Asia adapt workplace strategies that support flexible working, the focus should be on the people, not the place. The report says the new workplace is a destination to build community, one that inspires workers to be more engaged.
How to bring these two seemingly disjoined realities together into a strategy that aims to make work better is the challenge for business, finance and technology leaders in 2023.
At the Transform and Make Work Better in 2023 forum we will outline the priorities that digital workplace leaders, IT executives and operations leaders must adopt, including:
- Boost measurable productivity for individual employees as well across your organization.
- Increase efficiency and drive tangible cost savings.
- Harness any data, across structured, unstructured, for new insights and competitiveness,
- Improve consistency and quality of customer experiences.
Gartner says technology will play an important role as workforce issues, not customers, emerged as a post pandemic focus.
Laiye believes that leaders can achieve all these aspirations – solving workforce issues, securing a borderless operation, streamlining workflows, and forging growth and resilience.
This 3rd November, Laiye will assemble speakers, including a published author and provocative futurist, and some of the most forward-thinking leaders in Singapore. Plan now to join us to Transform and Make Work Better in 2023.
Who Should Attend?
- CIOs/CTOs, IT Managers
- COOs / Director or VP of Operations
- VP of Information Systems
- Director of IT Innovation
- Head of Automation
- CSCOs / Supply Chain, Logistics
- Customer Service/Experience
- Maintenance & Facility Management
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|09:00 am||Welcome & Housekeeping|
|09:05 am||Opening Remarks|
|09:15 am||Keynote 1|
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