By SANDY CLARKE
We've all been there—gathered for an important meeting, only to emerge 30 minutes over time to find that no one knows what’s going on. Maltese psychologist Edward de Bono devised a method to help with your decision-making.
By TAMARA JAYNE
As one of the greatest style icons and successful actresses of all time, she would have celebrated her 87th birthday on May 4. She has left her legacy—as one of the most inspiring people in history. Here are some of the timeless lessons we can learn from Hepburn's life.
By BILL GEORGE
With the events of 2016 – Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, threats from terrorists and cybercriminals, climate change – business leaders have entered a new era requiring new ways of leading.
By EMILY LIM HOR MUN
Multipotentialites. It’s a mouthful, and they are individuals with many interests and creative pursuits. They are also the ones with no “one true calling”. Where do multipotentialites stand in this world that emphasize on specialisation?
By JOHAN MAHMOOD MERICAN and SALIKA SUKSUWAN
As set out in Accenture’s Reinventing Work in Asean report, 55% of Asean’s working-age population will be between 20 and 39 years old by 2020. These ‘millennials’ are arguably different from prior generations, especially as they are digital natives.
By PRETHIBA ESVARY
Having raised a son who was diagnosed with severe dyslexia and having observed, firsthand, numerous children falling through the cracks during her time as a teacher, Craig was motivated to do something sustainable that caters to the needs of different learners.
By DAN PRICE
What I am frequently asked is, “What does it take to make this a business success? How do other companies follow suit?” Funnily, the answer has nothing to do with capturing more wealth. The answer lies in something the Marxist rebel, Che Guevara, said.