There is no doubt that we are experiencing a period of transformation. From the Chamber’s unique vantage point across multiple industries, leadership styles and countries, from April 2018 we have been presenting a curated series of events and content offering insights into the latest thinking, with an e-publication due in April 2019.

We are delighted to be partnering in this significant series with Prudential Assurance Company Singapore, a long-time supporter of the Chamber and proponent of workplace and workforce transformation.

Look out for events and activities in our Future of Work series, which will be identified by the campaign logo.


In this article, Faris Mokhtar interviews various professionals working in the robotics field for TODAYonline, with applications of their technology in multiple industries.
Sheela Parakkal, Chief Human Resources Officer of Prudential Singapore, shares the company’s workplace transformation journey with Orient magazine.
We were joined by a distinguished panel of leading architects, technology and real estate corporations on 23rd May 2018 for a lively discussion on what our future working and living spaces will be like at our inaugural Future of Work event from the Built Environment and ICT committees, held in Funan's one-of-a-kind experiential showsuite.
In April 2018 the Department for International Trade (DIT) led the UK government’s first ever overseas trade delegation to promote the British professional Chartered bodies and explore how Britain can support local training and vocational education development.
The workforce and technology are changing. They are more digital, more technological, and more global. At the same time, business expectations, needs and demands are evolving faster than ever before. Chamber member company Deloitte release their latest report of the Future of Work.