By RAYMOND DEVADASS
Disruptive technologies and its impact in the workplace is a recent hot topic of discussion at almost every business conference. Without a doubt, digital disruption is changing the way businesses operate.
By XAVIER JOHNSON, ALAN KC TEO and NANCY SY SIM-LIM
Anthropology studies seek to see parallels and permutations to set out patterns that would define and drive exemplary leadership. They raise questions and distill them into a set of beliefs, values and behaviours that personify such leaders.
By JOHAN MERICAN and SHAREEN GHANI
In 2011, the Malaysian government announced a target for the corporate sector to push for women to represent 30% of decision-making positions by the end of 2016. Yet, as of June 2016, women accounted for only 15.2% of director positions.
By ANG HUI MING
Leaders who make a point of showing recognition to their team stand to gain a significant ROI: a team that is renewed in their commitment to their leader and organisation, and dedicated to doing all they can to help the company succeed.
By JONATHAN YABUT
Asking for a salary increase is no doubt a sensitive and awkward conversation with your boss or the HR department. How should you speak up? Here are 5 key tips to nailing down a successful negotiation.
By R VENKATESWARAN
When organisations look at sustainability, the most frequently highlighted fact is the numbers that help to hold up the organisation. In the long-term war for continued profitable existence, the ability of the people to drive the business forward and hold it together for the future, rarely, makes headline news.