Panel: Future of Learning & Development
Challenges faced by organizations moving forward What kinds of skills are needed
The business of professional development has changed dramatically with the use of technology. The pandemic has only accelerated this trend. A radically different and uncertain world requires new business strategies and the right capabilities to execute these strategies.
Let’s hear from our esteemed panel:
- What are the skills and know-how that organizations need now and in the future?
- What do organizations need to do differently to build new capabilities?
- What is needed from the speaking and training community to meet these new needs?
Pallavi Srivastava, Asia Pacific & GCG Talent Leader for IBM Global Technology Services
Pallavi Srivastava is currently the Asia Pacific & GCG Talent Leader for IBM Global Technology Services. Prior to this role, Pallavi was the Country HR Leader for IBM Singapore, where she led a team of HR Business partners managing transformational business initiatives for IBM Singapore. Pallavi has more than 23 years of experience in the field of Human Resources, both as a Corporate HR Executive and as HR Consultant working with clients. As a global HR executive she has worked in India, the USA, and has been based in Singapore for more than 12 years.
A passionate believer in leveraging technology for HR solutions of the future, Pallavi has been closely involved with IBM’s HR transformation journey towards cognitive enabled HR offerings, and often represents her point of view on the future of HR at regional and international conferences.
A prolific speaker as a HR thought Leader, she is regularly invited for industry interactions as a guest lecturer with students in several Singapore universities – NUS, NTU, SP Jain and SUSS. Pallavi also articulates her insights on HR digital transformational through her articles in regional media publications.
She holds a B A (Hons) in Economics and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources. Pallavi also received the Business HR professional and Global Compensation & Benefits certification from Cornell University, and she holds several IBM certified Skill badges in Cognitive HR, Design Thinking, Agile, Big Data and Disruptive HR.
Pallavi was featured in the HRD Magazine’s HRD Hot List in 2017 and is a member of Asia’s Keynote Women Speakers’ directory.