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Transforming Community Care in 2030

Article  -  Nadine Chia, Melissa Khoo

Singapore is developing a networked community care system to meet the changing and varied needs of senior in a rapidly ageing society.

National Resilience: Developing a Whole-of-Society Response

Article  -  Charles Ng

A more robust society begins with clarity about shared priorities, risks, constraints and capabilities.

Making the Globalisation Leap: A Survey of Asian Leadership Traits

Article  -  Madeline Dessing, Israel Berman

As Chinese, Indian and other Asian companies start playing on the global stage, it is timely to look at some key success factors for Asian leadership.

'Nudging' Singapore to be Cleaner and Greener

Article  -  Jason Boh

Carefully chosen and tested behavioural interventions can complement traditional policy tools in cultivating more environmentally friendly habits and actions.

Perceptions of Fairness

Article  -  David Chan

The perceived fairness of process and treatment is as significant as outcomes when engaging employees, stakeholders or the public.

Lifelong Learning and Ageing: Evidence From Singapore

Article  -  Sheng Yee Zher, Johnny Sung, Chia Ying

While age and educational background are key factors influencing our ability to learn, a recent study suggests that enabling technologies and learning methods can help seniors to go further.

Commissioning Public Value: The Role of Civil Servants

Article  -  Peter Shergold

Civil servants should see themselves as the architects of new, flexible, cross-sectoral arrangements for creating greater public value.

Encouraging Car-Lite Travel through Gamification: The Kids Smart Travel Challenge

Article  -  Low Weijian, Do Hoang Van Khanh

Gaming techniques and incentives successfully shifted students towards taking more car-lite trips, and changed parental attitudes towards public transport.

Data Science in Public Policy - The New Revolution

Article  -  Do Hoang Van Khanh

Data Science tools are likely to revolutionise policymaking, but human intervention is still key to success