David Aronovitch has been appointed to the role of CEO of South-East Asia, and Ronald Ong will helm the position of Chairman of South-East Asia.
Chris Clarke will be Visa’s new Chairman, Asia Pacific, with Stephen Karpin taking over Clarke as Regional President, Asia Pacific.
For meetings to be effective and achieve their goals, employees should be encouraged to speak ahead of managers and leaders.
Through advocacy in government-linked and private firms, Malaysia wants to achieve the goal of 30% female representation in key decision-making roles.
Totoki’s appointment as President highlights his expertise in driving growth through business diversification and strategy planning.
The Women of Colour Executive Leadership Programme is launched to help diverse women advance their careers.
A failure to focus on DE&I lowers organisations’ standing among consumers and make them a less attractive proposition for employees.
Miki Tsusaka has been named as the new President of Microsoft Japan and will lead key initiatives for Microsoft in Japan.
Tasked with leading Grab's product innovations, Kandal will also continue to lead Geo, Grab’s vertical that powers location-based intelligence and services.
To ensure the success of an organisation, leadership skills and effectiveness must evolve along with their workforce, a survey finds.
Akio Toyoda, who oversaw the rise of the Japanese car manufacturer to become one of the world's leading automakers, will be replaced by Sato.
In this special report, HRM Asia spoke to organisations on the key strategies that will make flexible work successful in 2023.
Steve Wood, Vice President, APJ, Aruba, highlights three ways CHROs can tap into the enterprise network for a stronger HR approach in 2023.
Nathalie Huynh, Country HR Director, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Schneider Electric, highlights why organisations should prioritise sustainability in 2023.
Business leaders are looking to redefine their priorities to focus on maximising value while driving profits in today’s challenging marketplace.
Diversity is commonly understood to refer to visible differences, but it encompasses a much broader range of characteristics within the workplace.
Frontline employees who feel a sense of belonging are less likely to resign, underscoring the importance of meeting their needs and preferences.
Her responsibilities as CMO include brand strategy, corporate communications, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives.
Richard Thompson has been appointed as the company’s Global Head of ESG and Employee Experience.
Moving from GfK to Kantar, Leung will focus on leading Kantar’s regional team to develop relationships with its new and existing partners.
Abdulaziz Al-Oudan, EVP, Corporate Human Resources, SABIC, discusses the initiatives that make SABIC an employer of choice.
Henley Business School's Professor Ben Laker highlights how organisations can foster a culture of learning through embracing mistakes.
Marc Randolph, Co-Founder of Netflix, considers his greatest achievement as spending Tuesday evenings with his wife, despite his hectic schedule.
Josh Bersin discusses how organisations can manage layoffs more effectively, even in uncertain economic times.
While recruiting and retention remain HR leaders’ top focus, there have been some shifts in other areas, a survey from Human Resource Executive has found.
The CEOs of POSCO Group, KT and Samsung SDI identified strengthening social responsibilities and securing competitiveness as their focus for 2023.
The appointment of Graham highlights Manulife’s commitment to Hong Kong and Macau and the company’s ambitions in the region.
Improvements to hybrid work and workplaces adding social aspects to bring people together are some of the workplace trends that can be expected in 2023.
Among the several leadership changes, Jane Jiang Fang will take over as Chief People Office, while Wu Zeming succeeds Cheng Li as CTO.
William Lu, the current Senior Vice President of Xiaomi, will be promoted to President, replacing Wang Xiang who will be retiring this month.