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Webinar: Workplace Transformation in the Context of ESG: A CEO Perspective
October 6, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Post-COVID-19 office trends: how digital transformation in the workplace has accelerated as a result of market changes and recent events
- Changing perspectives on the role of smart offices and their linkages to business continuity and sustainability
- Reimagining future workplaces through technological advancements: a case study
- Key factors to building a successful digital workplace
Managing Director, Ricoh Hong Kong Limited
Aaron Yim is a member of the Ricoh Asia Pacific’s Management Board and is responsible for Ricoh’s sales and services businesses in Hong Kong and Macau. As a 30-year veteran of the office solutions industry, Mr Yim is leading the company to a business transformation through digitalisation, and to extend the company’s capability from digital copiers to smart technology and cloud solutions.
Prior to this current position, Mr Yim had worked in Gilman Office Automation as Chief Executive and promoted to the Chief Operating Officer of Ricoh Hong Kong Limited. He successfully transformed the business of Ricoh from analog to digital, and implemented TQM in the company with a customer and people focus culture. Under his leadership, Ricoh has become the market leader in Hong Kong and the company was awarded the HKMA Quality Award Overall Winner in 2002.
Mr Yim has involved in promoting quality management and people engagement in Hong Kong. He had served as the HKMA Quality Award examiner and the adjudicator for the HKMA Award for Excellence in Training. He has been a member of the Manpower Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) since 2004. Mr Yim ea
rned a First Class Honours BBA Degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a MBA degree from the University of Dallas.
Dr Glenn Frommer
Founder, ESG Matters Ltd
Dr Glenn Frommer is one of the pioneers of sustainability and the environmental movement. He has worked in the field for more than thirty years and was involved in the drafting of the GRI G4 Reporting Guideline, the AccountAbility 1000AP Standard, and Reporting 3.0.
Prior to founding ESG Matters, Dr Frommer held senior management positions with the MassTransit Railway Corporation Ltd. in Hong Kong for more than 22 years where he embedded sustainability through an Enterprise Risk Management approach and implemented China’s and the transport sector’s first climate change policy. His extensive cross-sector and cross-industrial experience extends throughout the international arena, specifically in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Dr Frommer holds a PhD in Aerospace Sciences, is a Fellow of the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration, a member of several international and local professional bodies, a Fulbright Fellow, and a published author. Dr Frommer is also the Honorary Chair of the UITP Sustainable Development Commission, having started the Working Group in 2001.
About RICOH Hong Kong Limited
Established in 1963, RICOH Hong Kong Limited is a direct subsidiary of RICOH Co., Ltd., focusing on document processing and imaging products, digital printing solutions, document management solutions and information technology services. It has provided Hong Kong and Macau enterprises with outstanding, diversified business operating solutions and services.In the era of digital transformation, RICOH Hong Kong aims to be the most trusted workplace expert through market-leading innovative technologies and services, as well as the “3Smarts” solution created by Ricoh Hong Kong: Smart Workplace, Smart Process and Smart Technology, which together lead employees to achieve a smarter, more advanced, more efficient working mode in the workplace as it evolves. In recent years, it has also actively developed professional ICT services, including business process management, cloud services, IT hosting services, and security monitoring solutions. In cooperation with IT professional support teams, it provides one-stop consulting, after-sales and professional services to SMEs and enterprises.