Singapore’s future depends on its leaders embracing innovation—and difference
By Wee Luen Chia, managing director and area VP (Asia) at ServiceNow
Ensuring Singapore’s future growth
Noted Singaporean economist and finance CEO Manu Bhaskaran shares his outlook on how the city-state will keep flourishing in the years ahead
3 mindset shifts to keep Singapore innovative
Singapore’s leaders must think differently about innovation and look to the nation’s past to inspire its future, according to futurist Charlie Ang
4 organisational truths to keep Singapore growing
Sustaining the 'red dot'
Singapore’s skills shortage—all in the mind?
The secret to closing the skills gap in Singapore could be an attitudinal shift toward productivity and personal growth, says ServiceNow Asia HR Director Michael Tan
“Companies cannot look at themselves as serving a Singapore market. Every individual needs to recognise that we’re serving the world.”
“From Day 1 of joining us, we encourage our people to think about how their careers are going to transform.”
“Over the next 10 years, we’re going to see the Fourth Industrial Revolution—the shift from an information economy to one driven by intelligent technologies.”
Fundamental greening of the country’s corporate and finance sectors are well underway.
Singapore’s push into ESG investing
Transparent and trustworthy reporting standards made Singapore a regional financial hub. Can it do the same with green investing?
The man with the most careers
From banking to teaching to sharing career advice with millions, Eric Sim is no stranger to upskilling and professional development. His advice to Singaporeans looking to transform their careers: start small, start now, stay curious.
Supply chains get a digital makeover
Digital workflows can help ease what ails global logistics
CEOs prioritizing ESG and supply chain risks
Pandemic year teaches CEOs the need for greater resilience in the face of unexpected threats
“Think of becoming a combo specialist—it makes it much easier to pivot. You have the burger as your core specialisation, your fries as your secondary specialisation, and the Coke as your interest.”
“Those who take a broader, longer-term view and look at the community as a whole, not just shareholder returns, will do better.”