Previous meetings held by Shell
A Journey of HR Transformation and Rebirth
As we come close to the end of another successful year, the ChapmanCG China team had our second series of 2017 HR leader roundtable sessions in Shanghai and Beijing. Co-hosted by Tapestry (formerly known as Coach), Novartis, Texas Instruments, and Shell, about one hundred APAC regional and China HR leaders and talent acquisition leaders gathered and had very interesting discussions (and debates, in many cases) about how HR should be evolving for the needs of the future workforce. Despite the fact that these HR leaders come from drastically different industries/organizations and are at various stages of their development, some clear…
The Future of Talent Acquisition
In conjunction with Shell, ChapmanCG brought together approximately 30 HR leaders at the Shell Centre in London to discuss the future of talent acquisition, the evolution of learning and development and how to innovate between functions. In attendance were HR leaders from AIG, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Covance, GlaxoSmithKline, NBC Universal, Rolls-Royce and Unilever. Thank you to our host Sarah Ollerenshaw.
APAC HR Leaders Meeting in China
The Chapman Consulting Group held a meeting of APAC HR Leaders at Shell in Beijing. The meeting was attended by a great group of participants, including representatives from Baidu, Dell, Ericsson, Johnson & Johnson, Marriott, Nokia, Novartis, Pfizer, Qualcomm, SAP, and Siemens. The discussion topic focused on managing change and transformation in talent acquisition structures.
Shell APAC Team Hears The Chapman Consulting Group's Predictions on Top HR Trends For Quarter One
Matthew Chapman, CEO of The Chapman Consulting Group, joined more than 100 members of Shell’s regional HR team last Thursday for a webcast discussion on top HR trends across APAC. Participants heard about the rapid internationalisation of HR positions across countries in the region, in terms of more country HR leaders being pulled into regional and global decision making. Matthew Chapman spoke about the growing number of global HR projects and roles starting to come into Asia as a result of greater world economic focus on the region, as well as improved supplies of elite HR talent now sitting in…
Q1/Q2 India HR Briefings by The Chapman Consulting Group Reveal Latest HR TrendsHosted by: Bank of America Merrill Lynch Convergys Philips General Motors Coca-Cola Cisco Nielsen Standard Chartered Bank Credit Suisse Shell
The Chapman Consulting Group spent a busy week with HR Leaders in three locations in India; Gurgaon, Mumbai and Bangalore this week. Our Half-Yearly HR Briefing Series for Quarter One and Two for India and Asia Pacific was hosted at the premises of many prominent companies such as Convergys, Philips, Nielsen, Coca-Cola, Shell, Credit Suisse, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Cisco, General Motors and Standard Chartered Bank. During this week-long series of HR Briefings with more than 300 HR Leaders across India, we noted the following trends: Increasingly, India is being split off from Asia Pacific or the Middle East…
Global HR Leaders Meet in London to Discuss Talent Strategies in Growth Markets
Global HR Leaders met at Shell House in London today for the quarterly Global HR Leaders series on Asia Pacific and Emerging Markets HR issues. The session, jointly organised by The Chapman Consulting Group and Organisation Solutions, was hosted by Shell. HR Leaders from Shell, Unilever, BP, Vodafone, GlaxoSmithKline, British American Tobacco, Johnson & Johnson and many others met to discuss their management of HR issues in these ‘hot’ markets during turbulent times. Observations from the group included the following: There is still an immaturity at the Global Headquarter level on the effective talent mix needed to lead countries across…
Regional Talent Acquisition Leaders Meet to Discuss the Optimisation of the 'Modern-Day' In-House Recruitment Team
The Chapman Consulting Group and Shell today co-hosted a senior Recruitment Head roundtable discussion for 12 participants. Regional Staffing leaders from high-profile multinationals in the IT & Telecommunications, Oil & Gas, Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals and Industrial sectors met over lunch at the Shell Singapore headquarters to discuss the topic of “Optimising the Regional Talent Acquisition Team at a time of Heightened Market Positivity”. The Issue of Scale Participants started off the informal meeting by discussing how their recruitment teams had fared during the downturns and upswings of the previous two years. Some had survived better than others. The best news…