Embrace the Digital Revolution on Learning & Development

  • When:
    Wednesday, 30 November 2016, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
  • Where:
    The British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai, 上海英国商会
    5/F, 863 Nanjing Xi Lu
    .上海市南京西路863号马莎百货5楼
  • Price:
    RMB 100 including drinks and light snacks. Members only.

This event will be of interest to HR Directors, Learning & Development professionals, and digital learning solution developers who would like to learn more about the trends of the digital revolution and how it impacts the industry. 

Our lives are becoming increasingly digitalised and digital tools have become an integral part of banking, shopping, communication and much more. What about Learning and Development (L&D)? How is the digital revolution having an impact on your organisation and industry?

How do you see the future of learning and development with the addition of modern technology? The British Chamber Shanghai’s Human Resources Focus Group would like to invite you to an evening of sharing insights into the trends, challenges and expectations of HR, L&D and organisation development (OD) within the context of a digitally disrupted world.

This session will present and explore the findings from different sources to build a bigger picture of the developments in L&D throughout China set against a global context.

Attendees are encouraged to complete a survey to share their thoughts on this topic.

The Digital Learning Revolution - How ready are we? (学习数字化革命—我们准备好了么?)

No-show Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing to the event contact staff 24 hours in advance. No-shows without prior notification will be charged a no-show fee of RMB100.

Walk-in Policy: Please note that members who attend the event without prior reservation will be charged an additional walk-in fee of RMB50 if spaces are still available.

Speaker Introduction

Ola Kallqvist

Ola has over 15 years of management consulting experience with vast experience in employer branding, recruitment, retention and development of key talent. He believes strongly in learning through experience – be it project based assignments, dynamic classroom-based sessions or through the application of cutting-edge technology - to support  the learner in translating new knowledge into practice.

Annie Lee

Annie is a passionate, team-oriented and driven leader with nearly twenty years corporate experience specialising in learning and development, talent management, training and change management within multinational companies. An expert at aligning strategy with organisational goals, moving seamlessly and collaboratively from vision to execution—skilled at leading talent through periods of transformation and change, Annie is the co-founder of 60kou, a mobile learning company focused on providing mobile learning solutions to today's distributed workforce in mainland China.

Alan MacCharles

Partner, Commercial Strategy and Research, Deloitte & Touche Financial Advisory Services Limited

Alan heads Deloitte's commercial strategy and research team for Mainland China and has over 19 years of consulting, market strategy and due diligence experience. He joined Deloitte Consulting/Braxton Associates in Canada and spent seven years in London before transferring to Shanghai in early 2006.

He has conducted over 300 engagements in China. His practice specialises on primary data creation to compensate for the absence of reliable 3rd party research in short timeframes – which includes commercial due diligence, extensive China market studies, competitive assessments, business plan assumption checking, market sizing and China entry strategy.

Alan has worked with multiple clients with JV Business plan support, drafting and negotiation support. He has run multiple decision tree (and similar methodology) sessions with clients to facilitate decision making. He also excels and bringing together expertise and viewpoints to ensure the decisions are informed.

Alan Obtained his MBA degree from London Business School.

Event contact

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+86 21 6218 5022
events@britishchambershanghai.org