Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Past Webinars (Recordings)

Global Talent Trends 2020: Preparing for the new normal

In this webinar, our knowledge partners from Mercer discuss talent trends that will enable companies to stay ahead in 2020. Ms Rupali Gupta, Principal for Career And Talent Consulting and Mr Helmi Yusoff, Associate Principal for Rewards at Mercer Singapore share strategies on how to measure performance, incentivise and reward staff in a subdued and volatile business environment. They also share examples of how some organisations are responding to these challenges in innovative ways.


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Attracting, Protecting and Deploying the Right Talent to Drive a New Normal

In this special webinar organised by AAIS, Senior Client Partners from Korn Ferry Singapore, Mr Torbjorn Karlsson and Mr Scott Hensarling, share their ideas on how organizations can be equipped with an effective framework for successfully transforming their HR approach in this crisis. The webinar covers fundamental questions of talent management: What talent do we have? What talent do we need? And how do we fill the gaps?


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Cargo Transport in Aircraft Cabin – Considerations for Safe Operations

In this webinar, Mr Dominic Chan of AAR Engineering Services – Asia shared about the various methods of transporting cargo in the cabin, considerations to ensure safe operations, and regulatory frameworks and references applicable to these situations. He also touched on the potential for the design and production of new products, services and configurations, and possibilities for related businesses in a post-pandemic aviation landscape.

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Additive Manufacturing Webinar for the Aerospace Industry

AAIS organised the first Additive Manufacturing webinar for the aerospace community on 28 May 2020, in partnership with the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster, and Siemens. The session attracted strong interest with the participation of some 70 local and international participants from the aerospace MRO and manufacturing industries, additive manufacturing, systems and solutions providers, aviation suppliers and others.

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Strategising for the Present and Post-Pandemic World – An Aerospace perspective

More than 30 aerospace professionals, many of whom are senior management from across the sector, joined Richard Brown, Managing Director of NAVEO Consultancy, as he provided his perspective and analyses on the implications of COVID-19 for the aerospace industry. The session highlighted challenges that airlines, OEMs, MROs are facing and factors that will influence post-pandemic aircraft orders and the aftermarket.

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Asia Economic Outlook: Counting the economic costs of the coronavirus outbreak

This session featured Ms. Sian Fenner, Lead Asia Economist for Oxford Economics. She presented views on the impact and economic costs for countries in the region as lockdowns are being implemented and shared the possible recovery scenarios as policymakers in Asia step up monetary and fiscal support. She also touched on the effect of lockdowns on supply chain and presented risks scenarios, including extended measures due to a second wave of the pandemic.

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Ensuring Business Continuity in Operations

The second session of the AAIS Business Continuity Management series was held on 9 April 2020. It featured Mr Maxwell Davis, Enterprise Risk Manager Asia-Pacific & Data Protection Officer for Singapore at Rolls-Royce, who shared the approaches taken by Rolls-Royce in developing and maintaining the Business Continuity Plans for its facilities in Seletar. Participants got a good feel of the key processes, analyses, review and control mechanisms that can be put in place to facilitate smooth operations in times of crisis and under unusual circumstances.

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Leadership for Business Continuity in the Covid-19 Pandemic

AAIS held the inaugural session of its Business Continuity Management series on 7 April 2020. The first session featured AAIS Vice President and General Manager of Pratt & Whitney Turbine Overhaul Services, Mr Richard Wong, who shared his views and experience in leading BCM for the PW entities in Singapore. It left participants with a good overview of strategies and mechanisms that can be put in place to anticipate and plan for contingencies, and the importance of coordinated and sustainable responses to stay viable for the long haul.

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Visit the AAIS COVID-19 Resources Page for more useful links and materials

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