Study shows persuasive power of children can help keep lid on electricity consumption.
Tang Dynasty civil service examinations offer some intriguing clues for recruiters.
For any ambitious family business, successful transformation begins with a change in the owners themselves.
For a growing business, a hallmark of a good strategy is focus and priorities, not getting big purely for the sake of it.
Bankers' compensation has become a major issue for banks' corporate governance as well as regulation.
Can Orchard Road survive the suburbanisation of malls and rapid growth of eCommerce in Singapore?
Clarity is needed in understanding the responsibilities that come under duty of care.
The airline industry has changed, so SIA must change strategic direction accordingly.
If bike-sharing is to be successful in Singapore, operators and regulators need to cooperate and coordinate.
Given the global furore over the Note 7, it was inevitable the S8 would be subject to intense scrutiny.
Leaders who empower play a critical role in motivating employees to "think out of the box".
China’s initiative opens the way to greater international cooperation and shared economic advancement, says Professor Bernard Yeung.
A better way to manage airplane overbooking that helps both travellers and airlines.
The United Airlines overbooking fiasco shows what can happen when a service business loses focus on its service culture.
Delay raises speculation e-commerce giant is finding SE Asia a tougher nut to crack than it first thought.
Persuading households to change their behaviour can yield substantial savings.
What service lessons can other organisations learn from the example of Singapore's Changi Airport?
Will Beijing be the new champion of globalisation? Not judging by its actions, says Visiting Senior Fellow Alex Capri.
We may live in a tech-driven world, but every business interaction remains fundamentally a human interaction.
Budget 2017 kick-starts the implementation of the seven strategies identified to put Singapore in a position to achieve sustainable economic growth.
The name of the game is entrepreneurial creativity, says NUS Business School Dean Bernard Yeung.
How novel, easy-to-use techniques can help infrastructure planners make better decisions.
Protecting the ‘little guy’ is important but there are side effects when regulation attempts to do so, says Associate Professor Nitin Pangarkar.
Could the Chinese e-commcerce giant help Donald Trump's new vision of the American Dream?
Professor Andrew Delios welcomes what he sees as "an exciting new world of international economic relations".
As the word becomes more connected, we are also becoming more divided, says Associate Professor Ashok Charan.
With drones becoming smaller, more capable, and more affordable, a more robust regulatory framework will be needed.
The incoming Trump presidency promises a new way of getting things done the rest of the world must get used to if they want to transact with the US.
What motivates employees to engage in corporate citizenship and how it can impact other behaviour.
How effectively and under what conditions can political ties enhance firm survival and performance?