Did you know that entrepreneurship accelerates economic growth, innovation and social changes? Hear from multi-hyphenate and serial entrepreneur Inderjit Singh as he shares more on the art and science of entrepreneurship.
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.
To succeed in an environment where change is constant, graduates today need a toolkit beyond disciplinary and domain expertise. Read on to discover how SMU offers up the world to its students with an integrative and interdisciplinary ... Read More
As the world gears up to live with Covid, we hear from some of the world's top business moguls on what it takes to keep the pandemic fatigue at bay and thrive in this highly challenging environment.
Clarence Ong’s passion for entrepreneurship evidently burns bright. As President of Eagles Inc., the final year Business student at the SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business believes entrepreneurship will one day make the world a better ... Read More
Through observing Singapore’s food waste, SMU Business alumnus Sean Tan wanted to find ways to convert that into an environmentally sustainable yet viable business. Find out how Black Soldier Flies play a part in tackling Singapore’s food ... Read More
2020 was a busy year for SMU Year 3 Information Systems undergraduate Yash Gadodia. Identifying with the objectives of SMUMods, a review website for the SMU community, he inserted himself into the team and has since grown it into a 14-member operation.
In a tough business climate where bottomlines are king, toxic leadership is sometimes tolerated or even endorsed as a method of managing people and producing better results.
2020 has been a record year of many things—among which is the sharp increase in everyone’s screen time thanks to lockdowns and our working from home stints. Kickstart the new year by giving your eyes a break and let your ears do the learning ... Read More
For today's workforce, as well as those just entering the job market, staying relevant is contingent on learning new skills. But where should you start? Here are four key skills that can help you thrive in the modern workplace.