Breakout Session 9: Driving Organisational Change: The Role of Leadership and Culture

Breakout Session 9: Driving Organisational Change: The Role of Leadership and Culture

March 2012

Did you know 70% of change efforts fail? CRE executives are increasingly faced with change and its ensuing challenges--change in location, space, organization or workforce. Yet not all have the skills and experience in facilitating and managing change to ensure successful implementation. Adding to the challenge, the diversity of local cultures across Asia means that change management programs must be undertaken within a complex cultural context. This session blends research with real-life case studies to help you identify what is really needed to achieve enduring change and how you can adopt the right processes for success. KEY TAKEAWAYS After attending this session, participants will be able to: Understand how to navigate the diverse cultural context when implementing change in Asia Highlight the importance of actively managing change from the very outset of change projects Identify what can go wrong and learn how to address each issue during the various stages of change Learn methods that can be applied to successfully managing change within your own organization MODERATOR: Arnald Ng, Head of Facility Management, CRES, Standard Chartered Bank SPEAKERS: Su Lim, Head of Strategic Workplace Services, Asia Pacific, Jones Lang LaSalle Joseph Pereira, Regional Head of CRE & OPS, Zurich Financial Services Sheridan Perkins, Head of Corporate Real Estate Services, East, Standard Chartered Bank

Keywords: Singapore Summit 2012, Productivity, Performance, Culture, Change, Uncertainty, Communication, Conflict

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