By SANDY CLARKE
As the man at the helm of a $US21 billion, 80-country wide workforce solutions group, Jonas Prising is a remarkably grounded leader who seems to take everything in his stride. He said, “Malaysia, as a country, has a lot of assets that make it very competitive and successful while navigating a changing – and sometimes...
In this Raise Your Game session, Ikhwan Tharwan discusses one of the big questions currently posed by organisations: are colourful workplace and bean bags really the answer to unleash the so-called "Worst Generation"?
By ROSHAN THIRAN,
Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a forward for Real Madrid and captains the Portugal national team. Here are some lessons that I believe were crucial to Ronaldo becoming the best in the world.
By JACK CHUA,
In today’s world, devices like pendrives, thumb drives or flash drives are a common spectacle. Many Malaysians would be surprised to find that Pua Khein Seng, or K.S. Pua (creator of the devices) originates from Sekinchan, Selangor.
Milton Friedman is right about talent hunt. I believe that competing for skilled talent involves making radical changes to immigration policies. Such changes could facilitate smoother entry into Malaysia.
By TAN SRI YONG POH KON,
An ongoing challenge faced by Malaysian businesses is the quality and supply of trained human resources. The economy and businesses can only grow with the required talent to drive it.