Skills are fast becoming the currency of the future as we move increasingly towards a skills-based economy. While many are aware of the needs for upskilling and closing the skills gap, very few business leaders understand the frameworks and tools they can leverage to effectively manage and use skills data to future-proof their business, boost productivity and performance.
This program is designed to provide you with an overview of Skills Intelligence. Participants will be able to derive the outcome of an expert-driven process of identifying, analysing, synthesising and presenting quantitative and/or qualitative skills and labour market information. Skills Intelligence reports can then be deployed to develop training need analysis and for talent development.
Ley Ley Loh, Vice President, Business and Operations (JobKred)
She is an experienced public officer with twenty years experience in learning & development, training administration, communications, marketing, customer relations, analytics, strategic planning and international relations as well as industry development. In her last portfolio as Director of Digital Learning Services in Civil Service College, Singapore. She and her team designed and developed LEARN, a whole-of-government mobile-first digital learning platform that enables some 110,000 Singapore public officers to learn anytime, anywhere. This involved close collaboration with various stakeholders such as public agencies, content providers, technology solutions providers and internal stakeholders to design the user experience and features, and develop the digital content operating model. Using an agile and iterative process, her team also devised new operating processes and structures as LEARN gradually roll out new content and features.
Ley Ley obtained a Bachelor of Business (Marketing), 2nd upper class honours, from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Shirley Tee, Senior Manager (Diploma in Business Management (Human Resource Management))
Shirley also heads the CareerLink centre - a campus-based Business Partner agency, focusing on providing a range of Human Resource (HR) business solutions.The centre works with companies on HR projects such as Organizational Climate Surveys, On-the-Job Training (OJT) Blueprint development and other HR improvement initiatives. Through these industry projects, learners acquire and apply technical and core critical skills to prepare for the future economy. Prior to joining Nanyang Polytechnic, Shirley was in the Hospitality & Tourism industry for more than 10 years in various capacities from managing MICE events, hospitality & tourism operations to sales & marketing.
Shirley holds a Master of Management in Hospitality from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Business Administration (Human Resource Management), 2nd upper class honours, from National University of Singapore.