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Innovation: The Way Forward

Driven by the fear of idleness, Jiali Du decided to pursue her PhD. With doors opened to newer, cutting-edge technologies, she's found her niche in AI as a Data Scientist at Booking.com.

Human Resource Leaders: Making a Great Place to Work?

Professor Richard Smith
How do ‘great’ workplaces manage an almost impossible equilibrium of keeping satisfaction and motivation up, without sacrificing performance? Prof Richard Smith shares the insights behind making a 'Great Place to Work'.

Reshaping Perceptions Through Research

Andree receiving the SMU Presidential Doctoral Fellowship from Professor Robert Deng, SMU’s Dean of Postgraduate Research Programmes.
Is playing video games really bad for you? SMU PhD student, Andree Hartanto's study into this topic is just the start of his research journey. Here's what he's learnt so far.

Is Asia Creatively Challenged?

Asia isn't quite the hottest home to innovations these days—and it seems that culture might be related to this, says SMU Assoc Prof Roy Chua.

The ‘F’ Word…Overheard Along the Concourse

With the mountain of projects and research to catch up on, online sources are often the fastest and easiest go-to channel for students. But how do you separate fact from fiction to make sure your reports are legit?

Could the Future of Work in Fact be Human?

There's a growing concern that our future livelihoods are under assault from the ‘rise of the machines’. But is that really the case? Korn Ferry Institute's research tells a different story.

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