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TINnights KL 2019 (Talks, Ideas and Networking)

WHY – The world has many important problems. TINnights are for people who believe that technology might provide a way to fix them.

HOW – We can only fix the world’s difficult problems if we collaborate and make new connections with other people.

WHAT – 1. Talks from three fantastic speakers. All trying to fix big important global problems using technology. All talks will be limited to 15 minutes with time for 5 minutes of questions.

The goal of TIN is to spread great ideas and become a platform for the world’s smartest thinkers, visionaries and awe-inspiring teachers so that thousands of people can gain a better understanding of the issues facing the world and a desire to help create a better future.

Edited by Dania Amani
Music: Positive Motivation by AShamaluev Music

New technologies from artificial intelligence and virtual reality to massive open online courses are beginning to disrupt existing models of learning. These technologies could help to meet rising demands for education around emerging Asia. From the rise of new global educational providers to the development of “micro” degrees and new VR tools for online learning, these technologies will also have profound implications for the way in which Higher Education policies are developed across Asia – both in developed economies like Singapore seeking to re-equip their workforce for a new era of globalisation and emerging nations attempting rapidly to increase the scale and quality of their education systems.

Find out key highlights shared by the speakers on their views of the death of traditional classrooms.

The panelist consists of:
## Mr Johannes Heinlein, Vice President, EdX

## Mr Adrian Lim, Director (Digital Participation & Foresight, Digital Readiness Cluster), Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA)

## Dr Suzaina Kadir, Associate Dean (Admissions, Partnerships and Programmes), Deputy Director (Academic Affairs) and Senior Lecturer, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

and is moderated by:
## Mr James Crabtree, Senior Visiting Fellow, the Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy


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The Future of Management in an Artificial Intelligence-Based World

The Future of Leadership Development Conference Series

The current technology revolution is reshaping industries, making business models obsolete, growing new companies with a different set of capabilities and creating disruption and social change. In a digital, big data, machine-learning, robotics and artificial intelligence-based world, the role of general managers is more important than ever. The competencies that they need are changing fast. At the same time, there are some classical attributes of the general managers’ functions – providing a sense of purpose, developing a long-term perspective, and engaging people and making teams functional, among others – that are still relevant, but that may take new dimensions in this new, changing business world.

What companies, people and society in general will expect from senior managers in a few years’ time will be different from their current skills and capabilities. At the same time, technology is disrupting companies and communities. CEOs, board members and general managers, as the ultimate stewards of a company, need to reflect on how to manage this process and help come up with constructive solutions. The purpose of this conference is to discuss these relevant issues for leadership, governance and management with an inter-disciplinary perspective. Speakers include leading management and leadership scholars, AI experts, CEOs and senior general managers, and deans of leading international business schools.

This is the fifth edition of The Future of Leadership Development Conference at IESE. This series was launched in 2008, right before the explosion of the financial crisis. Each conference addressed some major topics in business education: leadership, ethics and business social impact (2008); globalization and leadership development (2011); the future of the MBA Program to develop a new generation of leaders (2013); and innovation and entrepreneurship in global leadership development (2015).

Franz Heukamp, Dean, IESE Business School. Conference Co-organizer
Jordi Canals, Professor, IESE Business School, Conference Co-organizer