善用政府資源 迎接職場「 新常態 」
The pandemic crisis has brought about years of change in the way enterprises in all sectors do business. To stay competitive in the NEW Normal, companies need to analyse and identify their core business gaps and opportunities so as to adapt to the new markets directions and expand their businesses.
The professional certification program uses the action-based approaches of “IXL Center Winning in the New Normal program” such as mini-lecture, case study, project-works, and practice with feedback that will help learners to:
- Adapt the new market directions in the Post-COVID-19 era to fix the core business
- Develop the innovative strategies of digital transformation to add new revenue streams
- Design the implementation and investment plan
Target Audiences: Executive and management of companies looking for business improvement, continuity, transformation, change and process re-engineering
|Compulsory||Lectures via ZOOM / HKPC Classroom|
|Self-study||Team Practice Exercises|
|Elective + By Appointment||Team Coaching/Mentoring Sessions via ZOOM|
*Team can choose maximum 3-hour team coaching / mentoring session per week. Appointment is requested
#Appointment Period: 9:30am to 11:00am and 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Date & Time: 6 Sep – 22 Oct 2021
Location: HKPC Building (78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong) and Online Broadcast (Zoom)
Medium: Cantonese and English
Programme Fee: HK$2,110 (After subsidised)
Mr. David Chung, HKPC Training Partner / Senior Partner of InnoEdge Consulting
David has more than 20 years of experience in management consulting of business transformation, innovation management, and design thinking across different sectors. He is the partner of IXL Center in Hong Kong.
He managed over 35 large-scale projects and 350 training workshops of business transformations for hundreds of enterprises in Hong Kong, China and Asia across different business sectors, including aviation, banking, insurance, hotel, retail and OEM/ODM. Six of these projects generated breakthrough business results in their industries, and three of them created a significant business impact at a global level.