Kee Meng Yeo
Kee Meng Yeo, Director, Global Learning and Development at Amway, is a business-oriented human resources and organizational development executive who has worked with both domestic and global corporations for more than 25 years. Prior to joining Amway, Yeo was at Unilever and Johnson & Johnson, where he was responsible for conceptualizing and establishing Johnson & Johnson's first virtual corporate university, stressing collaborative learning and development worldwide. Before Johnson & Johnson, Yeo worked in a number of multinational organizations, including Pharmacia, Monsanto, Dow Chemicals and Olivetti. While he has spent most of his career in human resources and organizational development, Yeo also has experience in knowledge management and pharmaceutical marketing. He is an expert in strategic organizational change, talent development and global cross-cultural business communications, as well as design and implementation of technology-based talent development processes.
Yeo has co-authored a number of papers, including "The Patterns of Successful Dialogue" (Executive Excellence, May 1999) and "Cultural Transcendence as Strategic Advantage" (International Academy of Business Disciplines Conference, November 1997). More recently, he has published articles in CLO Magazine and ExecBlueprints and has been quoted in a several leading HR and Learning journals on learning and development. Yeo is currently serving on the Advisory Board of the Stevens Institute’s WebCampus and the Editorial Board of Training Industry Quarterly; he has also on the judging panel for the IQPC’s Corporate University Best in Class Awards for the past two years.