A Cutting-edge Talent Development Model with ICT Tools and Micro Learning Contents --ICTとマイクロラーニングが築く新しい人材育成の形--

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27 February 2019, 15:00-17:00<Singapore Time>

Singapore Management University (SMU)

Venue:School of Economics & Social Science, Seminar Room 3.3 ( Level 3) ,90 Stamford Road Singapore 178903
Admission:Free

※The seminar will be conducted in English/本セミナーは英語で行います
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Outline


Talent development is one of the most important business strategies, but also one of the most challenging. This is especially true for local subsidiaries of Japanese companies, who need to align the HR strategy with Japanese headquarters while meeting the needs of a new generation of employee.

Advances in technology have also changed the way companies develop talent, moving from the traditional classroom setting to a more technology-based model. Utilizing ICT tools, micro-learning and AI technology are key elements to motivate participants and improve learning performance.

In the first part of this seminar, our guest speaker, Raymond Wong, will share his experience in leading a local Japanese subsidiary and the challenges faced in motivating the new generation of employee.

In the second and third parts, we will introduce the latest learning techniques through case studies and then demonstrate how to put together a successful program.

人材育成は企業にとって最も重要な事業戦略の1つであり、最も難しい課題の1つでもあります。特に日本企業の海外拠点については、本社の人事戦略に合わせる一方で、ローカルリーダーを育成するために新しい世代のニーズに応えた施策を考えなければなりません。

更に、技術の進歩によって企業の人材育成は伝統的な集合研修から、最新のテクノロジーを活用した新しい手法に進化し始めています。特にICTツールやマイクロラーニング、AIを活用することは参加者のモチベーションを高め、学習パフォーマンスを向上させるための重要な要素と言えます。

今回のセミナーでは、ゲストスピーカーのRaymond Wongが日系企業の海外拠点を率いた経験を共有しながら、新世代の従業員をモチベートするための課題とソリューションの事例について説明します。

第2部と第3部では、ICTを活用した学習の事例紹介とデモンストレーションを通じて、最新の“学びの手法”とそれらを活用した新しい人材育成の形を紹介します。

Session 1: Keynote Speech
Adapting to the Millennial Generation - Why Japanese Global HR practices need a serious reboot
ミレニアル世代への適応- 日本のグローバル人事はなぜ大きな変革を必要とするのか?

Session 2: Case Studies
The key to creating efficient learning solutions for “Generation D” (Digitized Generation)
-Training trends for Generation D
-Talent development model with ICT tools and micro learning contents
-Case studies
デジタル世代に向けた効果的&効率的な学習ソリューションを作り出す鍵とは?
-デジタル世代に向けた研修トレンド
-ICTツールとマイクロラーニングを用いた最新の人材育成モデル
-事例のご紹介

Session 3: Demonstration
Active learning method with UMU technology
AI technology for effective coaching & self-learning
UMUテクノロジーを用いたアクティブラーニングメソッド
AIが実現する効果的なコーチングと自己学習手法


Session 1: Keynote Speech
Adapting to the Millennial Generation - Why Japanese Global HR practices need a serious reboot

Do you allow your employees to use social media at work? What if they want to bring their kittens to the office, or soft toys to meetings? Do you find themasking, “What’sin it for me?” Or“What’sthe company vision?”

Welcome to the Millennial Generation!

Bridging the gap between Japanese management practices and local employee thinking has alwaysbeen challenging. Nowwith the new generation of employee it takes even more ingenuity to attract and retain key talent. From compensation policiesto performance management to how you communicate, it requires changesin HR practices,particularly in Japaneseorganizations.

If you’re like many others and not sure where to start, then comeand listen toRaymond Wong as hetalks about his experience leading a local Japanese subsidiary and the challenges faced in motivating the new generation of talent. You are sure to bring back some new ideas about bridging the gaps within your organization, and how you can communicate better with your Japanese counterparts about what your local organizations really need.

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Speaker(Session 1)



Raymond Wong
Senior Vice President of KOEI TECMO Singapore

Raymond Wong has spent the last 15 years working in a Japanese company. He established the local subsidiary of a Japanese listed game development studio, and brought about the transformation from aJapanese management team to thecurrent local management team.
As Senior Vice President of KOEI TECMO Singapore, he is surrounded by the energetic passion of young,talented local people. His strong interest in developing local talent also sees him on the advisory committees of Nanyang Polytechnic and DigiPen, Singapore Institute of Technology. He has been involved in the manpower development blueprint of the Info-communications Media Masterplan and the National Info-communications Competency Framework.
Prior to joining KOEI TECMO, Raymond worked in a variety of roles inengineering, product innovation, business planning and process management. He even founded his own technology start-up. Raymond has frequentlyspoken about talent management issues at seminars organized by schools, industrygroupsand governmentorganizations.
Raymond holds an M.B.A. in Japanese Managementfrom the University of Hawaii at Manoa and the Japan-American Institute of Management Science. He earned a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Imperial College, London.

Speaker(Session 3)

Mika Tanaka
Learning Consultant of UMU technology Japan

Mika Tanaka is a Learning Consultant at UMU technology Japan. She has assisted many companies to introduce UMU. Prior to joining UMU, she started her career as an online trainer and virtual facilitator. She has been designing and delivering virtual training programs for global audiences since 2015. In 2018, over 100 companies and 300 people took her virtual training to master a skill of making and facilitating innovative learning contents on UMU. She holds a degree in International Liberal Studies from Waseda University.


Facilitator


Hiroaki Kobayashi
Director, Mgt. and Innovation Development, Member of the Board, Representative, CICOM BRAINS (Asia) Pte. Ltd.

Mr. Kobayashi holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Tokyo and an M.B.A from the University of Chicago. He started his career at Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), marketing network services before moving on to identifying and incubating venture enterprises.
He then joined Boston Consulting Group Tokyo, where he was involved in business development, business process reengineering, and sales effectiveness projects. He later became Director of Strategy for British Telecom Japan, where he focused on M&A strategy for e-commerce and multi-media in addition to equity tie-ups. He has also worked for HSBC Securities as a Senior Analyst covering the telecom, broadcasting and advertising sectors. He joined CICOM BRAINS group in April 2003 as Managing Director, before being appointed to COO in February 2006. Mr. Kobayashi is the co-author of the MOT Innovation Guide (Nikkei BP), and co-translator of Business of Software by Michael Cusumano (Diamond Publication), and Democratizing Innovation by Eric Von Hippel (First Press), both authors are faculty in the MIT Sloan School.

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27 February 2019, 15:00-17:00 <Singapore Time>
Admission:Free
※The seminar will be conducted in English/本講座は英語で行います
Venue:Singapore Management University (SMU)
School of Economics & Social Science, Seminar Room 3.3 ( Level 3) ,90 Stamford Road Singapore 178903

申し訳ございませんが、同業他社様からのお申し込みはご遠慮願います。
Applications from other training firms/competitors will not be accepted.
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Inquiry: 
[Singapore]
CICOM BRAINS(Asia)Pte. Ltd.
Maki Yamato Leow
Tel: +65-9727-0609 (9:00am-6:00pm)
[Japan]
CICOM BRAINS Inc.
Debby Li
Tel: +81-3-5294-5576

web-site https://www.cicombrains.com/sg/
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