Transformation in a Disruptive World
With the onset of the 4th industrial revolution, new business models and jobs are being created – and destroyed – at a dizzying pace. Demographic changes and shifts in expectations of the workforce are likewise changing the way we work. This will have far-reaching implications on the graduate business education industry, which is not immune to these disruptive forces and must reinvent itself in order to respond to changing market needs. Su-Yen will share her perspective on the future of work, the implications for education, and what it takes for organizations and individuals alike to transform amidst disruption.
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Su-Yen Wong is an internationally recognised thought leader, professional speaker, and board director, who helps audiences around the world navigate the intersection of technology, strategy and leadership. Her perspectives are shaped by a unique blend of hands-on experience at the board and C-level in high-tech, business, and human capital gleaned over 25 years across Asia Pacific and North America. Her thought leadership and perspectives are represented in leading media worldwide including Channel News Asia, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg.
Su-Yen currently serves on the Boards of several public, private, and not-for-profit organisations. She has advised and worked with some of the world’s largest, most innovative, and complex organisations including Alibaba, AT&T, Becton Dickinson, Citibank, China Mobile, DBS, ExxonMobil, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, SK Telecom, and the Government of Singapore.
A sought-after keynote speaker and facilitator, Su-Yen has addressed audiences from the United States to Ukraine. She is also a regular guest lecturer and visiting expert at leading universities in Europe, Asia, North and South America such as IESE Business School, INSEAD, IPADE Business School, Singapore Management University and Yale University.
Su-Yen’s keynotes are:
- The Future of Work
- Leadership for an Asian Century
- Human Capital 2.0