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Already a founder of a pretty sustainable startup? Furthering your studies might just provide the know-how you need to take your business to the next level. Here's why.
Hit a dead-end in your job and you're finally ready to consider something different? Don't go in blind. Prep yourself with the foundation and necessary skills for your new career.
The only thing connecting or disconnecting demand and supply is information (or lack thereof). SMU alumna, Siddika Jaffer's 'Halal Dining Club' aims to be the bridge for Halal establishments across the globe.
In this blog post, Prof Thomas Menkhoff, the Director of SMU's MSc in Innovation programme, explains how seizing available opportunities for innovation management education in Singapore will be instrumental in making organisations more profitable.
In this candid interview, the postgraduate students from SMU’s MSc in Innovation (MI) programme, who won second prize and the division’s best written plan at the 2016 Asia Venture Challenge, share their entrepreneurial journey.
What is absorptive capacity and why is it critical in enabling firms to outperform others by utilising the power of innovation? Find out in this article by the Director of SMU's MSc in Innovation programme, Professor Thomas Menkhoff.
The phrase “knowledge management” (KM) hasn’t quite made it into the vocabulary of many start-up founders. But it should, because KM is a powerful tool to improve business results. Find out how.
In the age of disruptive innovations, it becomes critical to overcome barriers towards creativity and innovation. Find out how innovation coaching can help.
Siddika, an entrepreneur and current SMU Master of Science in Innovation postgraduate student, shares insights on her journey, both in and out of the classroom.