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.
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
Can multi-generation talents co-exist in the workplace? SMU alumnus and executive coach Benjamin Loh shares how companies can cut through the differences and play to each of their strengths.
Companies, large or small, need to understand what makes their employees happy and what drives their stress if they want to attract and retain today's talent.
With millennials being the largest generation in workforces, it pays for companies to lead the pack in attracting young workers.
Does the Singapore leadership style differ greatly from that of its neighbours? Yes. In fact research has found that there are many different leadership styles not just across the region, but even within the same country.