A new Microsoft-IDC study highlights how Hong Kong companies are looking to “embed” innovation into their company culture.
A new survey showed that almost three-quarters of Asia Pacific decision-makers now see innovation is a “must.” But creating a culture of innovation is not that easy.
COVID-19 showed that corporate culture is not necessarily rooted in fancy office designs, fun gimmicks and freebies.
Judging by the results, the strategy seems to be working.
CEOs and CHROs must focus their conversations about culture on actions that drive business results.
The reason lies in the increasing influence of today’s younger workforce.
Diverse teams provide an immediate and long-lasting solution to the global shortage of security talent.
Less than a third of CHROs believe they have the organizational culture they need to support their future business strategy. Here’s how they can change company culture.
It is a good time for skilled Indonesians to return and find lucrative jobs at home.
Research shows that APAC workers are willing to walk away from jobs with rigid working arrangements.
The Index is already showing us that our assumptions about employee motivations are far from the truth.
Recurring themes are on the radar for HR leaders in 2019, including #MeToo, issues around pay equity and workforce tech.
Your workplace design matters to modern workforce productivity.
Shutdowns are great, albeit painful, opportunities for introspections on how we manage our employees.
Hong Kong companies need to dig deeper into training their IT professionals or risk losing them.
A new hybrid fintech solution is bringing companies closer to seamless onboarding.
A recent initiative by SCAD Hong Kong is rewriting the books in corporations communications using games.
Why monetary CX incentives drive worse CX in the long run.