Leadership in a Changing World | SGInnovate
October242019

Location

SGInnovate
32 Carpenter Street
Singapore 059911

Leadership in a Changing World

Presented by General Assembly and SGInnovate

Digital forces are changing the skills an executive requires to manage organisations. In a world that's become increasingly digital, large companies can sometimes find it hard to adapt.

Whether it's in a traditional corporation, not-for-profit, small and medium enterprise or startup, organisations that thrive are led by executives with an understanding of the forces shaping their environment and an awareness of the skills necessary to master those forces.

We've curated a top panel of experts to discuss how you and your organisation can stay relevant in this digital age by:

  • Mastering external partnerships
  • Managing open/fluid teams
  • Experimenting and measuring
  • Being customer-focused, not channel- or product-centric
  • Creating a culture for change

Date: 24 October 2019, Wednesday
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911

Speakers:

  • Shree Chandramogan, Head of Corporate Recruitment - Singapore and Philippines, Go-Jek
  • Sunita Kannan, Analytics and AI Advisory Lead, ASEAN, Accenture

Moderator: Aim Kusuwan, Regional Leader, Lean In Thailand and Lean In Singapore

Programme Details:
6:30pm – 7:00pm: Registration
7:00pm – 8:15pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A
8:15pm – 9:00pm: Networking

Speakers’ Profiles:

Shree Chandramogan, Head of Corporate Recruitment - Singapore and Philippines, Go-Jek

Shree started her career in technology service desk and information technology before moving into human resources, talent acquisition and HR Operations in the financial services and startup industries.

Over her years in recruitment, she has worked in middle and back-office roles, technology and digital roles, including niche roles such as analytics, data science, public policy and government relations.

She is passionate about diversity and inclusion as it is more than a strategy but a way forward into a workforce that provides equal opportunities to all.

Sunita Kannan, Analytics and AI Advisory Lead, ASEAN, Accenture

Sunita is currently leading the ASEAN Applied Intelligence Advisory Business at Accenture. She has a wealth of experience in managing and delivering Advanced Analytics and Artificial Intelligence work for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies across a variety of industries.

Before consulting, Sunita was a PhD Quantum Physics student at the University of Colorado (Boulder). She holds a Master of Science in Quantum Physics and a Bachelors in Mathematics and Physics (Distinction and Honours) from Wellesley College (USA).

Sunita’s research and interpersonal skills have helped her achieve a stable balance between EQ and IQ. With this, Sunita always aims to transcend the norm and deliver real and immersive experiences for her clients.

Moderator’s Profile:

Aim Kusuwan, Regional Leader, Lean In Thailand and Lean In Singapore

Aim is a sales and operation bilingual self-starter with three years of experiences in data-driven regional roles with strong ability in negotiating, translating corporate strategy into sales and business development tactics. She possesses proven track records in exceeding sales targets, soliciting partnerships and sponsorships, managing external C-level relationships, and building online and offline communities. She is also an agile learner who believes winning is always a team effort.

Aim volunteers as a Lean In Circles Regional Leader of LeanIn.Org and supports an extensive network of women and men dedicated to gender equality. She organises events, training and networking sessions, and work with the LeanIn.Org team to grow and engage the Lean In community. 

The Regional Leaders Programme is a pilot program of LeanIn.Org, the non-profit organisation founded by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to empower all women to achieve their ambitions. The Regional Leaders Programme highlights the work of individuals within the Lean In community and provides them with the financial and operational support they need to be successful.

 

Topics: Talent