As part of a podcast series, SMU OBHR Assoc Prof Michael Bashshur and PhD candidate Laurel Teo share how AI affects important human resources aspects such as well-being, privacy and leadership at work.
Where working from home was once a dream for cubicle dwellers here, what has gone so wrong with the phenomenon – made a necessity by Covid – that it’s propelled Singapore to the top of the chart as the ... Read More
Ho Ngai Meng, a Doctor of Business Administration Candidate at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, started his career as a software developer. Out of pure happenstance, he landed a trainer role and is today, a 20-year veteran in the people and talent development field.
Ever tried pausing to take stock of your thoughts, feelings and environment when you feel completely overwhelmed at work? Associate Professor Jochen Reb of SMU’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business tells us how being mindful can help us cope with ... Read More
Many employers have been compelled to adopt the work from home approach for their workforce as a result of the pandemic. While some employees are rejoicing over the benefits of not having to be in the office, will the flexible working ... Read More
In this interview, we speak to SMU Double Degree undergrad Merrill Cheong to find out what his experience at SMU has been like and how he is preparing for his future career plans.
What’s the real deal about leadership meltdowns and why do they seem to be on the rise? Associate Professor Michael Bashshur explains why and shares four ways to prevent a leadership meltdown.
Most would assume that humour would have a positive impact in the office when it comes to bonding with fellow employees or superiors—but the opposite may in fact be true. SMU Asst Prof Jared Nai shares what he's discovered in his ... Read More
At #67 out of 149 countries, the numbers speak for themselves—gender pay inequality is a fact in Singapore. But ranking alone doesn't tell the full story. We speak to SMU Prof Tan Hwee Hoon and dig deeper into ... Read More
Presented with the opportunity to embark on a cross-cultural learning journey with Universitas Gadja Mada in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Michelle Chrestella Lie knew this was a SMU-X overseas course she couldn't miss.