Everyone in business needs to keep an open mind and develop the capacity to learn and see the world in new ways. An innovative culture that begins with the organizational attitude of accepting that the world really has changed. How do we build a culture of innovation and encourage an environment of change?
The Globe Enterprise Innovation Forum is an annual event held exclusively for Globe Business customers. The forum gathers the country’s top business executives and progressive industry thinkers in an environment where they can explore and consider new business ideas and strategies, and discover cutting-edge innovation.
Hal GregersenExecutive DirectorMIT Leadership Center
Bill ChangCEOGroup Enterprise, Singtel
John WagnerPartner & Managing DirectorBCG Bangkok
Gil GenioChief Operating Officer for International and Business MarketsGlobe Telecom
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Registration & Light Snacks
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Welcome Remarks by Mike Frausing, Senior Advisor for Enterprise and IT Enabled Services Group, Globe Telecom
10:15 AM - 10:50 AM
“Staying Ahead of the Curve in Cyber Security”
Bill Chang, CEO of Group Enterprise, Singtel
10:50 AM - 11:40 AM
“The Innovator's DNA: Mastering the Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators”
Hal Gregersen, Executive Director of the MIT Leadership Center
11:40 AM - 11:50 AM
Closing Remarks by Gil Genio, Chief Operating Officer for International and Business Markets, Globe Telecom
11:50 AM - 12:00 PM
Overview Of The Afternoon Sessions
12:00 PM - 12:10 PM
12:10 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch & Exhibit Viewing
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
5:00 PM - 5:20 PM
5:20 PM - 5:30 PM
Closing Remarks by Dion Asencio, Vice President for Enterprises Sales, Globe Telecom
Boracay RoomInspiring Corporate CultureCulture Can Make Great Things Possible -- A Culture Change Journey.Time: 2:40 PM - 3:40 PMVenue: Boracay RoomPia Marie ReyesHR Business Partner IntegratorGlobe Telecom
Globe Telecom's culture transformation initiative ran in parallel to the company's $700 million network and IT modernization program that started five years ago. Globe President & CEO Ernest Cu said, "We believe that any telco can buy or build a new network and partner with the most advanced technology company. However, it takes a deliberate effort to create a strong culture of collaboration and instill renewed pride and ownership in each of our employees. We owe our successful business turnaround to our people who really made the difference."
The culture transformation also brought to life the Circle of Happiness philosophy that espouses happy and engaged emplooyees will delight customers by providing a wonderful service experience which creates new business for the company and adds value in shareholder returns. The people and culture initiative had 3 major tracks: strengthening the leadership and talent bench, improving the performance management and rewards and recognition systems, and transforming the organization through the Globe Way Values. Little wonder, the Company's Sustainable Engagement Score got better year on year, jumping to 87% in 2014, compared to 68% in 2009, four percentage points higher than the global high performing norm. This sets a new benchmark even as the company delivered record-high business performance each year for the past five years.
Batanes & Mactan 2 RoomConsumerization of the Enterprise
A holistic view on how personal technology is changing and infusing the workplace - with the ability to drive innovation and productivity to new heights. Learn how companies redefine the users' experiences to make technology more closely resemble consumer applications.Mobility, Unified Access and Cloud FederationTime: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PMVenue: Batanes RoomJobert DavidSenior Solutions ConsultantF5 Networks
Nowadays nearly all enterprises can't ignore the importance of security strategy to support mobile access to more applications by a wide range of external users like customers, agents, contractors as well as internal users like executives and employees. In addition, the evolvement of technology like cloud, open stack and SDN are driving IT executives to look into the strategy and benefits to take on these new technology while concerning on how to manage the transition and migration. This session aims to share challenges and experience on managing mobility and remote access in a secured manner.Business Transformation through Consumerization of IT and MobilityTime: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PMVenue: Mactan 2 RoomJoan PenafloridaGeneral ManagerYonduFind the Right Fit for Your CustomerTime: 2:40 PM - 3:40 PMVenue: Batanes RoomAnton AndresMobility Solutions SpecialistSamsung
When it comes to business needs, one size does not fit all. Learn how Samsung Business can help transform your mobility tools into purpose-built devices. Morph your devices to enterprise workhorses, and take your business to the next level.Building the Modern Workspace for the Next GenerationTime: 2:40 PM - 3:40 PMVenue: Mactan 2 RoomFemee Q. CruzSolutions Engineer ASEAN, GENBANDCisco
A rapidly aging workforce, increased global competition, an explosion of new mobile devices, and the emergence of new work styles: All these are driving up the demand for more productive and efficient work environments. To realize this vision, corporate real estate, information technology, and human resources teams must come together.
Learn how the Cisco Connected Workplace Solution can give companies the ability to deliver physical and virtual workplace solutions that are designed to meet the challenges of the next generation's work styles.
Lubang RoomThe Internet of Everything
Of all the technology trends that are taking place right now, perhaps the biggest one is the Internet of the Things; it’s the one that’s going to give us the most disruption as well as the most opportunity over the next five year. Get your business ready for a huge and ultimate shift.Securing your journey to the Internet of EverythingTime: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PMVenue: Lubang RoomAlvin S. RodriguezMarket Development DirectorFortinet Southeast Asia and Hong Kong
When the Internet of things was first discussed, the focus was connecting stand-alone appliances, devices and sensors. And as if there was a sprinkle of imagination dust in this industry, it rapidly evolved from connecting into computerisation of things and then to the Internet of Everything. We not only experienced a rapid technology evolution but also a shift in attitudes towards being connected socially and for business. We, as a society, has embraced digitisation and allowed it to permeate into almost every aspect of our daily activities. We find that all things and precious relationships that are important and meaningful to us is operating or have begun to operate on the digital platform.
Fortinet will discuss this evolution and highlight the benefits and risks and highlight the importance of a robust and constantly evolving and dynamic cyber security strategy.Drive Revenue and Margin Growth with Communications-enabled ApplicationsTime: 2:40 PM - 3:40 PMVenue: Lubang RoomTristan BulandusSolutions Engineer ASEAN, GENBANDSMS Global Technologies, Inc.
Learn more about Kandy, a Communications Platform as a Service (PaaS) that quickly enhances software applications with real-time communications to deliver a more human and context-based experience. Kandy's cloud-based platform enables companies to seamlessly embed messaging, voice, video, presence and co-browsing into Web and mobile applications.Driving Towards Great Customer Engagement in the Digital EconomyTime: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMVenue: Lubang RoomFelix LeongRegional Manager, Contact Center Solutions, APACAvaya
Enhance your customer experience while fundamentally changing your contact center practices to achieve demonstrated improvements in business performance, service delivery, and customer and employee satisfaction. Such a transformation requires migration from a voice-centric model to omni-channel and web-based systems that will make it fast and easy for customers to collaborate with live agents when needed, and escalate emergencies without delay.
Mactan 1 RoomNetwork Without Limits
With the continuous growth of our economy, the demand for products and services is also expected to increase. Consequently, enterprises need to be ready must have the network infrastructure to serve growing customer requirements wherever and whenever. Rethink the way networking is done for your business and release the power of your network.Enterprise ICT in the Multi-cloud WorldTime: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PMVenue: Lubang RoomSrini NagarajDirector, Partner Services, Global Carrier SolutionsTata Communications
A typical enterprise IT architecture today includes workloads spread across captive / collocated environments, dedicated hosting, public clouds (IaaS / PaaS / SaaS). A new paradigm is emerging where these diverse environments are logically integrated, fully managed, SLA backed and secure. What are the key considerations for enterprises looking to build networks that are private or hybrid cloud ready?
Palawan RoomCyber Security
Enterprises today are challenged with securing important information and data. Up−to−date knowledge of Internet security is the key to developing a secure framework within your network. Learn how to protect your enterprise against the biggest cyber security threats.DDoS Readiness, Response and Impact - how are these affecting Your Business?Time: 1:30 PM - 2:15 PMVenue: Palawan RoomCF ChuiSolutions ArchitectArbor Networks
Availability is one of the core principles in the security triad and one which business leaders tend to grasp more so than other technical risks associated with security. Customers want and expect access to their services anytime and from anywhere. How are the different industries grappling with Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)? What is the impact to an institution under DDoS attack? Are we witnessing an increase in DDoS attacks and their duration? If so, what countermeasures are in place to ensure availability does not suffer?Trustwave 2015: Global Security ReportTime: 2:15 PM - 3:00 PMVenue: Palawan RoomMichael CerickVice President of Global Managed Security SolutionsTrustwave
Based on actual threat intelligence and forensic investigations, the 2015 Trustwave Global Security Report will take you for a wild ride through the dark and seedy criminal underground, where vulnerabilities and exploits, breaches and stolen data, and criminal blueprints and profits rule the day. This comprehensive annual report will not only chronicle major adversary developments, but also help you plan future security investments and priorities in your role as crime fighter, data defender and risk reducerSecuring the Enterprise and ITS Supply ChainTime: 3:30 PM - 4:00 PMVenue: Palawan RoomWong Loke YeowDirector of Security Solutions and Professional Services Consulting, Enterprise SecuritySingtel Group Enterprise
Public and private organizations today are faced severe challenges in defending themselves in the changing cyber threat landscape. (ENTER) While there is a fast evolving Dark Web, with capabilities, tools, and techniques that are getting increasingly sophisticated, the defensive capabilities and approaches employed by companies today are out-dated and partly in comparison to what the attacker have. This is further exacerbated by the global deficit of over 1.5 million cyber security talent needed to help defend these organizations.
Join us in a session with Mr. Wong as he discusses some of the holistiv and prgamatic approaches we can take to protect our enterprises, as well as our supply chain partners - to ensure that every "link" of our business chain is adequately secure and resilient to keep pace with the changing cyber threat landscape.The Current Threat Landscape: A CISO's PerspectiveTime: 4:00 PM - 4:20 PMVenue: Palawan RoomAnton M. BonifacioVice President and Information Security/Data Privacy OfficerGlobe Telecom
With the threat landscape continuing to evolve and security incidents becoming more and more prevalent, Information Security teams and operations need to keep up as well. Get a view directly from the ground on how Globe is 'transforming' itself to be able to defend against these attacks.
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