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6th Management & Human Capital (MHC) Conference - Engage the People, Embrace the Change, and Exploit the Opportunities

Posted on 28 November 2014

In the business era we are in today, leaders have to keep themselves abreast to those changes that are going to take place and affect their organisation. This is exceptionally true for people working in the field of Management and Human Capital. It is with this in mind, our team at Neville Clarke came up with the idea for the theme of the annual MHC Conference for this year – ‘Engage the People, Embrace the Change, and Exploit the Opportunities’ 

The 6th MHC Conference was held on 19th November 2014 at The Gardens Hotel & Residences.  The MHC Conference has become known for gathering of human resource and quality professionals. This is where they meet and discuss, about communication at workplace and its role to tackle the imminent changes in ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 in 2015.

Some of the key topics shared in the conference were: -

  • The Art of Paradigm Shift in Workplace Communication
  • Research Paper: Internal Communication Practice in Workplace – A Case Study in Malaysia
  • ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 – The Major Revision 2015
  • Risk-based Thinking in ISO 9001:2015

A number of interesting points were proposed and discussed in the conference.  Some of those raised are as below.

  • Method of communication at work place has shifted and consideration must be taken of the increasing diversity in the current work force. Communicates must comes with the right blend of words, paintings and labels.
  • Change in QMS and EMS is confirmed in 2015, it is better to plan earlier than rushing and doing last minute actions where it would cause more issues later in the implementation
  • The key point for leaders, especially in 2015 are to “Engage the People, Embrace the Change, and Exploit the Opportunities”.

An interesting part of conference came from sharing of different views and perspective from panel members. There were 2 panel discussions on the day, on “The Art of Communication at Workplace” and “Getting Ready for 2015”.  The impromptu sharing among panel members with question from delegates yielded simple yet helpful tips during the dialogue.  The panels were incredibly generous with their advice and gave practical views accumulated from their experiences and exposures.

The organising committee would like to thank all delegates, speakers and panel speakers for their valuable and thoughtful contributions during the conference. Without them, the 6th MHC Conference wouldn’t be a brilliantly superb event.

If you are looking to join us for our 7th MHC Conference, it will be held on the 21st Oct 2015. Remember to mark it on your calendar; we would love to see you next year!