Managing from the dugout
He has held senior leadership positions in many organisations for over more than 20 years, but the career trajectory of Lee Meng Tat, CEO of Non-Alcoholic Beverages for Fraser & Neave, has been anything but orthodox. He tells HRM Asia he likens his leadership philosophy to being a football manager.
Workforce planning: Industries at risk
Kelvin Ong - 21 Jun 2018
As firms continue to reshuffle in this era of Industry 4.0, HRM Magazine Asia takes a closer look at the manpower strategies of the most impacted industries
HR futurist Jason Averbook's new vision for work
HRM Asia - 28 May 2018
The opportunities that technology is now opening up for HR will redefine the future of work, says US-based LeapGen founder Jason Averbook.
Uncovering unconventional organisational structures
Kelvin Ong - 23 May 2018
From “flatarchy” to "holocracy", HRM Magazine Asia weighs in on the viability of these unorthodox organisational configurations.
The legal face of the contingent workforce
Yamini Chinnuswamy - 14 May 2018
As project-based, freelance, and gig work become increasingly de rigueur, the laws surrounding such arrangements have come under increasing scrutiny.
Up close and personal with an HR manager
HRM Asia - 27 Apr 2018
Self-proclaimed "ah pek" Jonathan Wong loves his job as a talent manager at a Singapore engineering firm.
One on one with Ninja Van CEO Lai Chang Wen
Kelvin Ong - 25 Apr 2018
Lai Chang Wen hopes to be a boss who leads by example.