Culture and corporate governance

20 April 2017 - The Business Times

AS another review of the Code of Corporate Governance is in progress, it is worth reminding ourselves that while rules are important, they are only a small part of what really drives good corporate governance and sustains continuing improvement. What is arguably more important is what we can...

Future of Globalization: Entrepreneurship and Innovation

18 April 2017 - Global Network Perspectives

To coincide with the fifth anniversary of the Global Network for Advanced Management in April 2017, Global Network Perspectives asked faculty across the 29 schools in the network: "What do you think the future of globalization looks like?...

Simulate and stimulate

15 April 2017 - The New Paper

In 2011, Singaporeans aged over 21 received a one-time payout ranging from $600 to $800 depending on their income and annual home value in what is called the Growth Dividend scheme (GDS).

Airline overbooking can be a win-win practice

14 April 2017 - The Business Times

In 2011, Singaporeans aged over 21 received a one-time payout ranging from $600 to $800 depending on their income and annual home value in what is called the Growth Dividend scheme (GDS)...

THE video footage of United Airlines passenger David Dao being forcefully evicted from his plane seat at Chicago O'Hare airport would have sent a chill down many people's spines. Images of the incident have gone viral on social media, sparking outrage around the world and - eventually...

Bosses who joke with employees may encourage bad behaviour: Study

13 April 2017 - Channel NewsAsia

Aggressive humour" could encourage employees to be chronically absent from work, ignore a manager’s instructions, share confidential information, falsify financial claims or drink alcohol on the job, according to a study by NUS Business School...