By ROSHAN THIRAN
We are often on the lookout for ways to transform ourselves. We enjoy setting targets and goals, and we feel comfortable with time frames and deadlines. All of this combines to give us a sense of control over life ‘as it should be’.
By JOHAN MERICAN,
Transformation has potentially become an overused word. Leaders aspire for transformation but in reality, what typically transpires is incremental change, nothing dramatically different from before.
By HYMA PILLAY,
With more than 20 years of experience in human capital management, it’s no surprise that Datuk Mohd Khalis Abdul Rahim has been selected as one of the speakers for the upcoming Asia HRD Congress in June.
By HUI YI-WEN
Much has been said about change. We are often reminded that change is inevitable, necessary and painful.
Dictionary definitions point towards change as the act, or instance, of making and becoming different.
By ERIC QUAH,
Remember the time when you first learnt how to ride a bicycle? Like learning, no one gets it on the first time unless of course he is an acrobat. Real people begin with a lot of false starts and even some nasty knocks and falls.