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Sun, 13 Sept


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[Dialogue] Responsive/Responsible Work & Learning – Why the Future Starts Now by Lien Centre for Social Innovation

How would you envision the future of work & learning? Let's hear it from Lien Centre's expert panel in this interactive session!

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[Dialogue] Responsive/Responsible Work & Learning – Why the Future Starts Now by Lien Centre for Social Innovation

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13 Sept 2020, 10:00 am – 11:00 am SGT

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The ‘future of work and learning’ is not a point of great transformation to come, but a phase that has already begun. From responsible business practices and acquiring future-ready skills, to ‘new normal’ pedagogies and what it means to be a functioning society today, our panellists will discuss a range of issues and values at play for success in work and learning.


Christy Davis - Moderator

Christy Davis is Executive Director at the Lien Centre for Social Innovation at SMU. She is a champion for changemaking and social innovation, and has more than 25 years of experience across the private, public and social sectors. LCSI offers research and programmes that translate into partnership-driven action for creative solutions and positive social change.


Melanie Cook - Panellist

Melanie Cook is Managing Director (APAC) of Hyper Island, a digital creative business school that designs transformative learning experiences to help individuals and businesses grow. She is a futurist who considers herself an educator, systems thinker and a tech humanitas. True to her DNA, Melanie is focused on the workplace of tomorrow and what we should be doing about it today, and is presently researching self-determination in an ever increasingly quantifiable world system.


Dr Kenneth Goh - Panellist

Kenneth is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at SMU. An expert on organisational routines and team processes in innovation, his current research projects focus on organising for impact. Kenneth currently teaches courses on social entrepreneurship and sustainability. Read more about Kenneth’s work here.


  • This is an online event.
  • Please note that this session will be recorded by the Swap4Earth committee.
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