Training Strategy, Design & Delivery


The softer side of MBAs

The traditional Masters of Business Administration is still the benchmark academic programme that employers of leadership talent expect. But along with the real world project management experience, communication skills are fast becoming required learning. HRM Asia looks at how programmes are tweaking their content towards the softer skills in business.
Sham Majid - 06 Apr 2016
An MBA is not just about building business acumen. Rather, it’s also about encouraging a sense of entrepreneurialism which is becoming increasingly vital in the workplace. HRM reveals more.
Muneerah Bee - 21 Jan 2016
A well-developed workforce will always help to lead and push the business ahead. HRM explores the important learning and development trends that HR needs to be aware of in 2016.
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 15 Jan 2015
With Generation Y making up 25% of the world’s population (including 200 million in China and 500 million in India), it is quickly becoming an important source of talent as well as a growing consumer base. Lawrence Lee, Vice President of HR (Greater China and Mongolia) with Hilton Worldwide, says the hotel group is making this demographic a key focus in its talent development and management strategy
HRM Asia - 12 Nov 2013
Outgoing Director of the British Council's Professional Development Centre Stephen Jenner describes the three challenges he sees for the training sector in Singapore
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 04 Nov 2013
By effectively measuring the productivity of people, HR can identify performance gaps and develop optimal training plans to address them
HRM Asia - 26 Aug 2013
With competition getting stiffer and the talent crunch worsening, employers need to ensure their staff are adequately equipped to navigate through the uncertain economy. HRM examines some of the latest professional development courses on offer