Tag Archives: Singapore Management University

What Really is Digital Disruption?

What Really is Digital Disruption?
Opportunities for digital disruption are not exclusive to start-ups. Some of the biggest opportunities are, in fact, in FinTech and Internet of Things Analytics.

Journal of a Young Entrepreneur

Winning the Eureka Prize
At 25, BAcc student Eric Chean is a young entrepreneur who has already developed two start-ups in the shipping industry and recovered from business setbacks.

A New Way of Assessing Performance?

US tech companies are leading the field with new ways to evaluate staff and this trend is gaining traction in Asia. But how well can it be adopted in the region? Fermin Diez, adjunct professor at SMU's Lee Kong Chian School of Business and human capital expert, shares his views.
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Hear From A Student: SMU Social Sciences and Everyday Experiences

Illustration of me year 1 of SMU SOSS.
For Tan Wen Yun, one of the most worthwhile experiences at the SMU School of Social Sciences has been the opportunity to meet diverse groups of people, which has helped her come to truly appreciate the Social Sciences and its relation to everyday human experiences.
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Taking Entrepreneurship to the Arts

SMU undergraduate trio Kritika Lohumi, Karl Gan and Syed Mahera Masuda to launch The stART Series exhibitions this April
What does entrepreneurship have to do with the arts? In a candid conversation with SMU undergraduate, Karl Gan, he shares how his team of three are looking to make art more accessible and viable in Singapore, starting with their new art exhibition venture, The stART! Series.
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