By TAMMY BONG In conjunction with World Autism Month in April, we highlight the story of an individual with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and the importance of special programmes for those who are differently-abled.
By SANDY CLARKE The incredible story of Tara Westover goes beyond the usual tale of 'overcoming the odds'. Here are four lessons from her memoir, 'Educated', which tells the story of a young woman that is all at once heart-breaking, inspiring, unbelievable, and empowering.
By PRETHIBA ESVARY
Digitalisation has paved the way for a more globalised and interconnected world and has, therefore, challenged existing business models. Leaders today need to predict future scenarios and formulate their strategies accordingly, while ensuring that they are aligned to the organisation’s purpose.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
If we want our young people to be prepared for tomorrow’s challenges, it’s an absolute must to have a holistic approach to today’s education, one that includes experiential learning in equal (if not greater) measure to intellectual development.
By MATT NAYLOR
As FashionValet co-founders Vivy Yusof and Fadzarudin Shah took to the stage, there was a keen sense of anticipation in the air. Hundreds of young and eager entrepreneurs and small business owners had filed into the room at Hilton Kota Kinabalu to learn the “hows and whys” from two of Malaysia’s most influential...
By ANNE THAM
There are so many amazing stories of individuals rising from the ashes of mediocrity and achieving great success, impacting lives, disrupting the world. So how does one become the tipping point that impacts another to reach their full potential?
By PROF HEW GILL
The customer will continue to be king and queen, but 21st century graduates will need to understand that everybody is a customer and this means having the skills to persuade and influence people.