Group Manager wanted by BOSCH – Singapore

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Information Technology
About Bosch in Singapore
Robert Bosch (South East Asia) Pte Ltd is a regional subsidiary of the Bosch Group, representing the Group’s interests in Southeast Asia. The regional headquarters employs close to 900 associates and generated SGD 162 million in sales revenue in fiscal 2017.
Additional information is available at our Bosch website
Your contribution to something big

Managing a diverse team through goal setting and appraisal, performance monitoring, competence and talent development
Ensuring resource management for commitment and on-time delivery of projects
Oversees the product management, including end-to-end solution development, rollout, maintenance and support
Partnership and active management of software vendors, internal and external service provider
Effective stakeholder management and secure support from various interface teams
Ensuring business excellence through quality, User Experience and cost efficiency
Customer and market driven innovation and strategy planning
What distinguishes you

Bachelor or higher degree in relevant Information Technology Discipline (Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems, etc)
Proven track record in the development of high performance teams
Project and Product management experience in infrastructure and workplace area will be highly advantageous
Quality mindset and Supplier management experience is a must
Good command of language with excellent communication skills
Comfortable with multi-national and virtual team collaboration
Business travel will be required
Please include the following in the subject line of your application email: Position Title, followed by the corresponding Position ID. Kindly note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Change and Engage Manager wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Shell logo Singapore

Skillpool group: Downstream Supply Chain
Updated: 17-Aug-2018
Reference ID: 75708BR
The Lubricant Supply Chain (LSC) organization is a critical part of the broader Lubricants business, and critical to winning in the marketplace, specifically in the Asia Pacific growth markets.

Key Enablers of a World Class Supply Chain are being a trusted partner to our stakeholders and having an engaged, equipped, empowered, and energized staff.
This is a critical role to prepare LSC for the Future of Supply Chain, to develop and execute LSC business engagement strategy on a Regional basis with the purpose of connecting staff with strategy to ensure each employee understands their personal contribution to business success.
Connecting leaders with staff at all levels to strengthen employee engagement and motivation; and drive a high-performance culture.

The key accountabilities are:
Lead Future of Supply Chain regional coaching engagements to drive an innovative and fail fast culture.
Develop and own LSC APME+ communication plan, aligning with global LSC Internal Communications strategy.
Exercise a platter of Communication tools to reach out a wide multicultural group of colleagues across 15 countries:
Be an enabler to deliver high impact Town halls through the LSC APME+ leaders across LSC locations.
Be a thought partner with the LSC APME+ GM to craft timely and effective note to the teams.
Be the lead for planning and organizing regional / functional webcasts (periodic / event based).
Serve as key interface between the LSC APME+ GM and Leadership Team, supporting the preparation and delivery of Leadership events and engagements.
Provide counsel on most effective internal communications channel (e.g. Newsletter, Newsflash, Yammer, My News, and Shell Tube) for staff engagement.
Create and implement communication materials for engagement in line with group visual identity guidelines.
Measure communication effectiveness to help prioritisation and improvement.
Serve as SME on tools (e.g. Share-point) and approaches (e.g. Design Thinking) used by LSC APME+ for engagement and to perform coaching and troubleshooting.
Work with Process Improvement and Assurance Leads to ensure Accelerator initiatives (e.g. TMS, DDMRP) are updated into LSC Priorities Standards for coaching conversations.
Share good practices with LSC Internal Communications network of focal points.