Rolling Arrays Learning Workshop, Hong Kong
Oct 12, 2015 Singapore
Rolling Arrays, Hong Kong has organized a workshop for HR and learning professionals on the theme of “Driving Your Learning Culture to Accelerate Business Execution”. The workshop was attended by over 20 industry professionals joining for the 3-hour discussion about the ways that a learning culture can contribute to workplace transformation.
5 Ways to Make Your Learning Platform Work – Lessons Learned from Rolling Arrays Learning Workshop
- How learning can address compliance and provide a path to a unified talent solution
- The concept of social learning and how it increases peer-to-peer engagement
- How to drive innovation through social learning
- Successful cases sharing
Furthermore, the speakers of the workshop shared their expertise on:
Learning Management System for Mobile;
Social learning importance and tools; and
Key learning trends of learning management frameworks.
About the speakers:
Hong Kong Country Director for Rolling Arrays and the CEO of Talkpush
Max has been leading Rolling Array’s commercial engagements in Hong Kong since December2014. Prior to that, Max was working at SAP, where he held strategic regional roles in channel sales and in the private equity practice. Max’s past entrepreneurial ventures include an applicant tracking SaaS company and a engineering outsourcing company, both in Singapore.
IT project manager at Ethos International Limited, a subsidiary of John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Limited (JSSHK)
Vicky has solid and in-depth experience in managing HR related projects. She helped develop the in-house Performance Management System which is being used by Swire companies. Vicky has experience in SAP SuccessFactors HRIS implementation for JSSHK in which Employee Central, Succession Management & Career Development Plan, Performance and Goal Management, and Learning Management will be deployed.
Learning Product Sales and Strategy Director in Greater China
Alex joined SuccessFactors, SAP as a Learning Product Sales & Strategy Director in Greater China. He brings a wealth of regional experience to the team to expand the company’s footprint in the region. Prior to joining the company, he had led the team at Sumtotal, Emarsys and UFIDA, he was responsible for growing sales and providing greater support to their existing customer base in Greater China.
Director, SAP Digital and Social Collaboration
Joni Wong is Evangelist of social collaboration as part of the transformation in the workplace. He has helped numerous companies around the region in driving transformation through social platform to drive better employee engagement and productivity. Joni came from a very diverse backgrounds and was an early adopter/pusher for Cloud Computing in the region being one of the pioneer members of NetSuite and then Salesforce.com.
Principal Consultant of Graval
With 13 years of experience in Human Resources Management and held various senior managerial positions with multinational enterprises for 10+ years, Kelvin has rich experience in strategic planning, talent development process, coaching, staff engagement and implementing learning programs. He was awarded Distinguished Trainer and Trainer of the Year in 2008 by HKMA.
What are some worries you have when delivering new learning initiatives? What are some proven methods you’ve tried to engage employees to embrace e-learning? Check 5 Ways to Make Your Learning Platform Work – Lessons Learned from Rolling Arrays Learning Workshop
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About Rolling Arrays
Rolling Arrays has been driving SAP SuccessFactors-led HR Transformation since 2009. The company specialises in SF consulting, implementation, and support and also builds applications to enhance the utility of the SuccessFactors platform. It is committed to designing systems that help its customers to attract, develop and retain talented individuals. In 2021, Rolling Arrays was recognized as one of the top 75 fastest-growing companies in Singapore by The Straits Times & Statista.