No More Outsourcing

Bring things in house and stop sending it out of the country. That’s going to be the edge by 2020. By S. Sakthivel The brains, in software development, have been...

Fighting Off Pretenders

From locals championing our hawkers to foreigners reminding us of what we have, food is a major driver of Singapore society. But if you can’t keep it fresh, you’ll...

Local Legal Firms Doomed?

Globalisation is making it hard for local firms to remain relevant. Adrian Tan sees a bleak future for them. By S. Sakthivel In five years, the local Singapore law firm...

Sports For Change

Non-profits may work towards a cause but often find themselves contending with the same issues as commercial entities. Will an aggressive and competitive mindset make a difference? By S....

brainSTORM: Is Singapore Ready? A Wrap-Up

Singapore, in its short history, has already endured many trials and tribulations and yet has found ways to prosper and build a city that is the envy of many...

brainSTORM: Fortune Favours The Bold

As a young nation, Singapore is still finding its place in a rapidly evolving world. What can the public, leaders and civil service do to keep the flag flying...

brainSTORM: Is GE2011 Still On Our Minds?

With changing times and fortunes, the Singapore citizen has become demanding, expecting better service standards with each new election. Should those expectations be managed? Excerpts from the brainSTORM session held...

brainSTORM: Is The SG Inc. Stock On The Rise?

Excerpts from the brainSTORM session held on 8 July at the Chicago Booth School Of Business. The topic: Is Singapore Ready? In decades past the Singaporean people and its government...

The Coming Wars – The Discussion

What challenges lie ahead? The Coming Wars have to be fought now. With a world of disruption and change ahead, how do we prepare for things we cannot see?...

Turning On The Charm – KIG 2015

Being a minority can be turned into an advantage in a global organisation. All you have to do is turn on the charm for 5% of the time, says...