If ASEAN were a single country, it would be the seventh largest economy in the world, just behind the United Kingdom and France. HOWEVER, average labour productivity (GDP per person employed, 2015) in ASEAN is only 31 per cent of US labour productivity.
As you may already know, there are four main effects that the Fourth Industrial Revolution has on business—on customer expectations, on product enhancement, on collaborative innovation, and on organizational forms. 
Asia’s top companies are now having to use technology to boost sales and remain profitable in a slow-growth, volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) global economy. This creates anxieties in the workforce, undermining productivity, engagement, and agility to grow. Top CHROs meet at the HR Technology Congress Asia, happening on 1-2 December 2016 in Singapore to shape a workforce agenda that ensures your company will not just survive, but flourish, in the current environment. 
Why HR leaders need to 'get' it now, than later?
Global forces are slowly putting many large organisations out of business.