HCBA 2012/2013

INTRODUCTION TO THE BREAKTHROUGH AWARD

In line with the changing business landscape, the Breakthrough Award is presented to organisations that demonstrate innovative breakthroughs in their human capital practices.

The Breakthrough Award aims to nurture role models in human capital practices and set the benchmark for other organisations. It hopes to encourage companies to innovate and improve continuously in human capital practices.

 

AWARD CATEGORIES

To better reflect the various needs of different companies, we will categorise participants into two sectors, large-sized companies and small-sized enterprises.

Small-sized enterprises are companies with an annual turnover of < SGD100 million.

Large-sized companies are companies with an annual turnover > SGD100 million.

 

JUDGING CRITERIA

HCBA judging

ASSESSMENT PROCESS & TIMELINE

Upon receiving your application, the HCBA committee will evaluate your company’s situation, future plans and objectives. A team of assessors will diagnose your organisation’s HC practices, using the HCBA Diagnostic Tool, and develop a set of recommendations to elevate your HC standing among your competitors. Our award committee will also evaluate your organisation’s ability to make positive changes and achieve innovative breakthroughs in HC practices. The committee will select the company with the most compelling HC experience as the winner of HCBA.

HCBA Assessment

 

AWARD PRESENTATION

The inaugural HCBA ceremony took place on April 5th 2013 at a gala dinner.

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AWARD COMMITTEE

 HCBA commitee_red

 

Mr Ong Ye Kung, Deputy Gen-Sec, NTUC

Professor Tan Khee Giap, Co-Director, Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI)

Professor Ho Teck Hua, VP (Research Strategy), Tan Chin Tuan Centennial Professor, NUS

Mr Clement Woon, CEO, Oerlikon Textile

Mr Richard R Magnus, Chairman of the Management Board of HCS

Mr Thorsten Barth, Director, Advisory People & Change, PwC

Ms Lynn Ng, Director(CET), Ministry of Education

Ms Choy Sauw Kook, ACE, SPRING Singapore

Mr Gilbert Tan, Deputy CEO, e2i

Mr Azzli Bin Jamain, Director, WDA

Mr Clement Woon, CEO, Oerlikon Textile

Mr Abu S. Amin, PwC Saratoga Leader, Asia-Pacific, PwC

Ms Tong Shuh Lan, Director, Business Leadership, SPRING Singapore

Ms Sabrina Loi, Deputy CEO, Corporate, ITE

Mr Chan Kam Fai, General Manager, HR, Keppel Land

Mrs Kuan Kwee Jee, SVP, Strategic Relations, ST Telemedia

Mr Wong Tuck Wah, Senior Associate Facilitator, HCS

Ms Annie Chiam, Senior Vice-President, Pontiac Marina Pte Ltd

Mr Azzli Bin Jamain, Director, WDA

Professor Tan Khee Giap, Co-Director, Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI)

Mr Richard R Magnus, Chairman, Casino Regulatory Authority

Mr Gilbert Tan, Deputy CEO, e2i

Mr Chan Boon Fui, Deputy CE, People’s Association

Mr Then Yee Thoong, Senior Director, Work Pass Division, MOM

Mr Roger Tan, Director, Civil Service College

Mr Tan Kwang Cheak, Senior Director, McDonald’s Singapore

Ms Kiran Kaur, Regional HR Director, Courts

Professor Ho Teck Hua, VP (Research Strategy), Tan Chin Tuan Centennial Professor, NUS

Mr Terence Seow, Assistant CEO, IE Singapore

Ms Lynn Ng, Director(CET), Ministry of Education

Mr Paul Ling, Managing Director, Paul DC, Christian Holdings Pte Ltd

Mr David Toh, Partner, Risks and Controls Solution, PwC

Mr Eric Teng, CEO, Property and Hospitality, The Straits Trading Company Ltd

Mrs Lim Lai Cheng, Principal, Raffles Institution

Ms Susan Chong, CEO, Greenpac (S) Pte Ltd

Ms Carol Fong, CEO, CIMB Securities (Singapore) Pte Ltd

 

 

AWARD PARTNERS

Asia Competitiveness Institute, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS

NUS Business School

Singapore Workforce Development Agency

SPRING Singapore

 

PARTICIPATING COMPANIES

Continual HR Capability Development is an Unending Journey. HCBA will help organisations boost productivity by linking human capital, human resource processes and systems, capability building and goal alignment to achieve organisational excellence and improved outcomes.22 organisations took part in the inaugural HCBA journey in 2012/2013:

 

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SATS

 

Sentosa Leisure Group

 

The Scarlet

 
Alexandra Health Burger King (Singapore)

 

C.K. Tang Ltd

 

Invensys Operations Management

 

PAP Community Foundation (PCF)

 

Public Utilities Board

 

Raffles Institution

 

Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd

 

Starhub Ltd

 
AVA Insurance Brokers Citystate Capital Asia

 

Cornerstone Wines

 

Kenko Holdings Pte Ltd

 

Matsushita Greatwall Corporation Pte Ltd (MGC)

 

Zero Spot Laundry Service Pte Ltd

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