HR’s Contribution to Business Performance in Hong Kong
11 June 2010 – Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong
The alphaeight institute presented the findings of a survey conducted for the American Chamber of Commerce to a large audience attending the Chambers’ annual Human Resources Conference held at the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel.
The Survey was the brainchild and initiative of the institute and was carried out in conjunction with the Work Group. It was conducted throughout May 2010 targeting HR and senior business Leaders in Hong Kong and aimed at providing data and insight for an ongoing discussion on HR’s Contribution to Business Performance in Hong Kong.
John Goff, Director of Operations and Development at the alphaeight institute, delivered the findings of the survey, sparking much discussion and debate from a dedicated Panel at the Conference, and an engaged and informed audience of HR practitioners.
The four-person panel, comprising John, Neil Chowings – Managing Director of Work Group, and Sara Duckworth – Head of Organisational Development for Asia Pacific for BNY Mellon – took questions from the floor and sparked a lively debate moderated by Bruce Stinson, Chairman of alphaeight.
As Bruce commented, the survey provided some “real” background to the many discussions held not only at American Chamber HR events, but wherever HR professionals gather, about how HR’s business contribution can be enhanced and strategic credibility be gained.
The full survey results are available for download here and the institute would be pleased to answer any questions you may have on the Survey methodology, findings, or possible solutions.