Article - Soh Tze Min
Singapore’s tripartite model of labour relations has underpinned three decades of success, but it must now contend with destabilising forces in the modern globalised economy.
Article - Ng Chee Khern
Singapore’s ambitious Smart Nation initiative is about harnessing technology to stay ahead as a global city and to improve lives and livelihoods for all.
Opinion - Peter Shergold
Digitisation and robotic process automation will revolutionise public administration—but the outcome will depend on how we choose to use them.
Article - Lena Leong
Clear goals, thoughtful processes and mutual trust are key to constructive engagement with the public.
Opinion - Aaron Maniam
Seven indicators could offer a more comprehensive and useful overview of how well the public sector is doing in going digital.
Opinion - Vernie Oliveiro
For centres of government to play a meaningful role in coordinating state responses to complex issues, they should be clear and purposeful about their impact on the public sector at large
Interview - Shelia Ng
One of the world's leading authorities on water, Professor Asit K. Biswas is also the President of the Third World Centre for Water Management in Mexico. Speaking to Ethos, he argues that Singapore has the know-how and track record to position itself as the water hub of the world.
Roundtable - A Conversation with Peter Schwartz
The ETHOS Roundtable brings together thought leaders and practitioners to discuss key issues of interest to the public service. In this session, renowned futurist and Global Business Network cofounder Peter Schwartz discusses Singapore's prospects as a young city-state in a future where talent and innovation will determine success.
Article - Peter Ho
Well-designed games and simulations can broaden outreach, bridge divides, and offer engaging ways to understand and further public policy goals.
Strategy and Stewardship in a Time of Change: Conversations with Stephanie Foster and Sirpa Kekkonen
Conversation - Sirpa Kekkonen, Stephanie Foster
Speaking with ETHOS on two separate occasions, Australia’s Stephanie Foster and Finland’s Sirpa Kekkonen reflect on what their governments are doing to be adaptive for the future.