The world around us has changed rapidly since the onset of the global pandemic — and so has the way we work. As we adapt to a constantly evolving environment and accelerate towards the future, we need to adopt a balanced approach to HR that considers both short- and long-term solutions.
To meet these challenges, organizations need to continuously adapt, reinvent how they work, and transform their businesses to build value, flexibility and sustainability. Join us to learn from each other and share ideas on creating future-ready organizations.
This year’s annual HR conference, with the theme Adapt. Reinvent. Transform. Accelerating towards the future of work, will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, 1-2 September. This event will bring together senior HR professionals from across Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa in a virtual environment. This is your opportunity to network, share experiences and hear from experts in the industry on innovative approaches to some of today’s most pressing HR challenges.
Participate and gain insights into how HR is reinventing for the future
The Economist Corporate Network
Anne Chiou is the Director of The Economist Corporate Network in Hong Kong. She engages top executives throughout Asia in providing key insights and industry knowledge on strategic issues central to business developments in the region. Prior to joining the Economist Group, she was Head of Programs for Business and Policy at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center. She also worked extensively with senior banking executives as a regulator at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York during the Global Financial Crisis, supervising large international banks.
Ms. Chiou also worked in banking policy at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority as well as supervising financial market activity under the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong. Ms. Chiou also formerly worked with multiple fintech start-ups, advising them of regulatory trends in Asia.
Ms. Chiou has a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Pomona College and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University.