Opinion

The Fourth Industrial Revolution – For all or for some?

Personal takeaways from the World Economic Forum on ASEAN For the most part, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is seen as an exciting pivotal moment in the evolution of work and commerce. It seems like almost every other day, a new technological disruption takes place, and we see reports extolling the benefits of a new advancement.

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The Who, What & Why of Fake News

In 1710, Jonathan Swift wrote: “Falsehood flies, and the truth comes limping after it.” 3 centuries later, a study by MIT affirms what the writer intuitively concluded. The recent study has found that false news spreads 6 times faster on Twitter than real news, and most of it are spread by people, not Twitter bots. Misinformation is

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#neveragain

#neveragain The world has, indisputably, become more vocal. And it’s not just because we have immense access to content, or the convenience of sharing through the touch of a screen, and that our gateway to the world can be one instastory, one tweet, or one snapchat away. Heading to the Big Apple for a partners visit last week, I

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Beyond Borders

At a recent event*, I stumbled on a fascinating story of Peace Boat started by Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Yoshioka Tatsuya. Yoshioka started on his passion project back in 1983, with a simple notion of wanting to travel the world to meet and build friendships with people in the neighbouring regions. Today, Peace Boat has transformed into

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Designing the Future

A Special Feature on Social Innovation in Europe – Insights for Singapore’s Next 50

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Calling the shots

The 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games will be held in Singapore from June 5 to 16, after a 22-year long

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Growing a New Generation of Entrepreneurial Leaders

Entrepreneurial thinking is increasingly important in Singapore today. Learn from the experiences of three budding entrepreneurs as they

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Navigating Change

What kind of changes do we see at home and in school and how can we deal with change that is happening at an increasing rate? Two individuals, a parent and an educator, offer their views on having the right mindset towards change and dealing with change.

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Succeeding in Succession and Managing Change

An exclusive interview with world-renowned thought-leader in leadership development 

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Shared Leadership – Towards a More Consultative Approach

Thoughts from Gary Miles, Director of International Operations, Roffey Park Asia Pacific

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