Located in Hong Kong and Singapore, our Asia-Pacific offices serve the business community from Australia and New Zealand, through south-east Asia and greater China, to South Korea and Japan.
Member companies in Asia-Pacific have access to an array of knowledge assets across The Conference Board knowledge areas of Corporate Leadership; Economy and Business Environment; and Human Capital.
Access to Business Perspectives Briefings and Human Capital Watch™, Governance Watch™, Economics Watch® Webcasts and Special Webcasts is complimentary. Webcasts are also recorded and available on demand from The Conference Board website following the live broadcast. Download rights to publications are fully or partially complimentary dependent on membership tier.
Products & Services
15th Annual Talent Management Strategies Conference
23 - 24 February, 2015 (San Diego, CA)
China Human Resources Council
Meets to discuss issues and exchange best practices regarding recruiting, retaining, and motivating local staffs as member companies grow in the Greater China region.
Global Operational Excellence Council
We provide a global forum for sharing state of the art practices and successful implementation strategies to achieve and sustain business excellence.
Asia-Pacific Human Resources Council
Members exchange insights and best practices regarding how to manage regional human resources issues in the context of today's global business environment.
China Center Chart of the Week: SLF injections are preemptive, not stimulative – and perhaps a baby step toward price-based
Last week, local news reports in China indicated that the PBoC is set to issue 500 billion RMB to the five largest commercial banks through a tool called the Standing Lending Facility (SLF). This caused a great deal of market speculation.(China Center Publications, September 2014)
China Center Data Flash: August data confirms Q3 weakness
Economic data for August released last week was just plain bad—there’s no other way to put it. Growth momentum is undoubtedly on a downward trend in Q3, and the weaknesses were across the board.(China Center Publications, September 2014)
China Center Chart of the Week: No baby boom, but a baby bump
China's change to its one-child policy is unlikely to promote a baby boom because working-age people in China today fear the extra burden and cost that a second child brings – and they are already struggling with familial obligations to care for their elders.(China Center Publications, September 2014)
15 October, 2014 11:00 AM EST [11:00]
Human Capital Watch™: The Future ASEAN Leader
New research grounded in co-creation and crowdsourcing offers peer-developed solutions and best practices for developing the next generation of ASEAN leaders.
16 October, 2014 03:00 PM EST [15:00]
Governance Watch: Recent Developments Related to Earnings Guidance
Hosted in collaboration with Cleary Gottlieb, this complimentary webcast series is designed to address the latest hot topics, recent developments, and best practices in earnings guidance.