Movers and Shakers
Leong Miew Cheng was selected to be expanding business intelligence solutions company, Business Objects', Asia South's human resource manager. She will be responsible for recruitment, training, organisational development and reward management. Leong will also be part of the senior management team focused on driving the company's expansion and presence in the region.
A ten-year human resources veteran, Leong joins Business Objects from DataOne Asia, a subsidiary of Keppel T&T, now part of T-Systems (a subsidiary of Deutsche Telecom) where she was responsible for creating and developing DataOne's HR strategies which included the successful merger of the staff of DataOne with T-Systems in Asia Pacific.
Jane Mahony is Burger King's new human resources manager responsible for managing the HR function and issues in Asia Pacific. Her duties include managing regional compensation and benefits, employee and industrial relations and developing and implementing performance and development initiatives. Previously, she was with NIKE Australia and then moved to Hong Kong where she worked for Interhealth Technology and Zuellig Pharma, a regional distributor of pharmaceutical and healthcare products. She has also worked for various other companies in Singapore. Commenting on her new role, Mahony says, "the team here is relatively small which helps in the development of a ‘working together' culture. Some of the exciting challenges will be providing quality consultation in all areas and then rolling out some of these to our franchisees in future."
Jenny Chua is BP's senior development advisor, a newly-created role that reflects the growing importance and significance of enhancing the organisation's learning and development and human capability building. Chua is specifically responsible for its career development processes, coaching support, leadership development strategies and graduate development programmes. She also provides interfaces and linkages into existing regional and global learning and development teams. During her nine years of experience in human resources, she has also worked for Hewlett-Packard, Standard Chartered and the United Overseas Bank.
Inge Sihombing joined Standard Chartered Bank in August 2005 as their resourcing manager. Sihombing is responsible for resourcing activities for Standard Chartered's Wholesale Bank, and works closely with the business as their partner in providing market intelligence and ensuring that the best talent is being recruited. Prior to joining the bank, she was director for financial services at A.T. Kearney Executive Search. Sihombing is also trained in the Structured Selection Interview portfolio, which comprises structured interview tools unique to the Bank.
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