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Previous meetings held by Philip Morris International
  • Renovating the Workplace Environment

    To consolidate our series of global HR Roundtable Sessions for 2017, ChapmanCG and Philip Morris International (PMI) co-hosted 20 HR leaders from various industries in Thailand to discuss the evolving corporate culture in anticipation and support of business and organizational transformations. Along with Najaya Jotikasthira, Thailand HR Head at PMI, as well as other HR representatives from Agoda, Allergan, Colgate-Palmolive, Clariant, Foodpanda, Kohler, Monsanto, Nissan and PepsiCo etc, the spotlight was on redesigning the office space supplemented with the necessary change management tools to support it. As businesses transit and transform in this highly competitive and technology-driven economic landscape, HR…

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  • Talent Challenges in the Philippines

    Around 20 HR leaders came together at the office of Philip Morris International in Manila to discuss key talent challenges in the Philippines. A wide range of organisations were represented including ADP, Amadeus, BDO, CGI, Diageo, Emerson, GHD, Monsanto, Nestle and Trend Micro to name a few. Finding and retaining the right talent is one of the biggest challenges that businesses face around the world. As the world becomes more globalised and digitised, people continue to be the biggest asset for most organisations. Although HR plays an integral part in building a culture that equips the organisation to make smart…

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  • Technology, With a Purpose

    Charles Bendotti, Global CHRO at Philip Morris International, David Thomas, APAC HR Head at Manulife and Fiona Wong, Asia Talent Head at Metlife co-hosted ChapmanCG’s Matthew Chapman, Tim Spriggs, Odilia Poon, Ringo Lau, Tracy Goh and 47 other HR and Talent Acquisition leaders to discuss The Role of HR in Driving Digitalisation, Technological Innovations in the Workplace and How Technology is Affecting HR. The millennials, or ‘Gen Y’ as we refer to them, continue to be the centre of attention. As we know, HR can no longer solely rely on traditional methods for attracting and retaining top talent. Greater agility…

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  • Change Management in Japan: What's Working

    The Chapman Consulting Group’s recent Asia Pacific Series of HR Leaders Sessions included meetings hosted in Tokyo by AIG, AT&T, Bristol-Myers Squibb, HSBC, McDonald’s, Philips, Philip Morris and Tetra Pak, and in Osaka by Astra-Zeneca. With an overall theme of HR Transformation and Change Management, very different discussions emerged in each of the nine meetings, but there was a consistent positive energy throughout. We were very happy to welcome a large percentage of the Japan HR Leadership community across these nine separate meetings, and it was clear throughout the discussions that most HR and business leaders see the country as…

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