Masterclass on Leadership and Organisational Transformation for Resilience and Growth

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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Business executives and leaders of other organisations

About the course

A response like no other. The sudden onset of COVID-19 was a test of organisational preparedness, resilient leadership and crisis management on a global scale. Unfortunately, this might not be the only unprecedented test businesses can expect. With growing risks stemming from climate change to migration, the business community must continue to build its resilience and reserves, and be ready to respond to the dangers posed by more complex tests in the coming years. As we engage in a prolonged and uncertain recovery phase, what can businesses and other organisations learn from the current pandemic and how can they create opportunities to emerge stronger and better prepared for tomorrow?

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, in collaboration with the European Chamber of Commerce Singapore (EuroCham) brings you a series of six online masterclasses under a single programme. Providing the analysis and perspectives from practitioners and academics, companies and the wider community can gain insights on how to rise to the occasion, and partner with governments to play a critical role in jump-starting the economy while protecting community health. Senior executives will also be equipped with the leadership and transformational competencies necessary to strengthen their organisations and discern the longer term impact shaping today’s new reality.

As we chart a path toward a post-COVID-19 world, the masterclass will focus on the 3 big ‘R’s:

  • Responding with practical, short-term tactics: Global industry trends and opportunities, leadership in the age of disruption and uncertainty
  • Reshaping business practices: Digitalisation and business transformation, innovation to support the sustainability agenda
  • Rebooting for sustainable growth: Globalisation in a post-pandemic world, scenario planning and foresight for organisations

Experts

Zeger van der Wal

Zeger van der Wal is a globally recognized speaker, researcher, and consultant in the domain of public management. He believes his research, teaching, and consulting activities should constantly feed in to each other and be closely aligned with practitioner interests and needs. His main areas of ...

Cheryl Chung

Cheryl Chung is the Deputy Director of Strategic Planning at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Prior to joining the School, Cheryl worked for the Singapore Government for 12 years where she led foresight and strategy activities across several ministry portfolios. Her work mainly focused o...

James Crabtree

James Crabtree is an Associate Professor in Practice at the LKY school, as well as a senior fellow at the Centre on Asia and Globalisation (CAG). He initially joined the school as a Senior Visiting Research Fellow in 2016, on sabbatical from his previous job at the Financial Times. Between 2011 a...

Masterclass on Leadership and Organisational Transformation for Resilience and Growth at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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