Anagram Group Wins "Future of Work" award by the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore
Above: Co-Founders Mark and Liyana Stuart accepting the award from the British High Commissioner Scott Wightman, Singapore's Minister for Trade & Industry Chan Chun Sing and CEO of Prudential, Wilf Blackburn.
Anagram Group won the “Future of Work” award by the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (BritCham Singapore) 19th Annual Business Awards in 2018. This award recognises a finalist company which best embodies the theme ‘the future of work’. Anagram beat over 23 other finalist companies, most of whom are large corporations.
Anagram's work in helping our government and business clients come up with ideas and innovation through our workshop and services was instrumental in winning this award.
The Awards Committee comprised of heads of Rolls Royce, Jardine Cycle & Carriage and KPMG. The judging panel comprised of the British High Commissioner to Singapore, Scott Wightman, Edwin Chow, Executive Director – Manufacturing and Engineering, Enterprise Singapore and CEO of Prudential Wilf Blackburn.
The Anagram Story: Objectives & Company Culture
In true start-up fashion, the early days saw its founders bootstrapping their business, while they tried to develop our own content and build a strong enough client base in Singapore.
Anagram Group’s objective is to provide current, practical and affordable corporate training, particularly in Leadership and Innovation.
We practice a transparent and empowered corporate culture and innovation is at the heart of what we do.
Track Record & Training Locations
In 5 years from its inception, Anagram has trained over 4000 people from over 150 organisations across Singapore and Asia we are trusted by some of the leading multi-nationals and government agencies.
Our training helps make an impact in the organisations we train and over 85% of our clients rate our training ‘excellent’.
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Helping Organisations Adapt to the Future of Work
Our Design Thinking workshops, and Ideation sessions are helping organisations implement innovation in their organisations and solve the challenges of tomorrow, true to the BritCham awards theme of “The Future of Work”.
Our keynote speech and workshop Leadership In A Digital Age is aimed at equipping leaders with necessary skills such as the changing demands of people management, the need of a culture of innovation, the impact of Artificial Intelligence/Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, and the future of jobs.
We help our clients transform their organisations using Design Thinking, in particular our Design Thinking & Innovation workshops, which look at producing real ideas for the organisations we work with.
Organisations that have engaged us include the Ministry of Defence, the Agency for Science Technology and Research, the Singapore Prison Service and the Singapore Tourism Board and more.
These workshops have given us a reputation for helping organisations facilitate idea-generation within a short span of 2 days from workshop participants, and giving participants the skills to ideate, prototype and test their ideas. Organisations can do this without the aid of innovation labs, just frameworks and two days of participants’ time – these are solutions which are easy to implement – making innovation accessible for all.
Below right: Our Trainer Mark with the Commissioner of Singapore Prison Service (SPS) Desmond Chin Kim Tham and participants from SPS who participated in an ideathon.