Article - Jane Lim
Emerging technologies promise new service possibilities—but organisations need to understand how best to embrace, apply and develop them to advance their goals.
Article - Yuichi Kikuzawa, Elly Chiu
How might we continue to build sustainability and liveability for our people, in the face of local and global shifts, resource pressures, changing societal values and other discontinuities?
Article - Lee Chuan Teck
A paradigm shift in public transport is on the horizon, but the right ecosystem of policies, regulations, infrastructure, and skills must first be in place.
Article - Yap Zhi Jia, Lee Chor Pharn
As former export-led trading relationships decline, the interplay between the Chinese and US economies could shape the course of global trade in the coming decade. How should Singapore respond?
Article - Jevon Tan, Rahul Daswani
An integrated and nuanced approach, deploying both humans and machines, will be needed to counter the emerging technology’s potential for malicious abuse.
Article - Daniel Lim Yew Mao
In a digital era, governments must be more data-driven in decision-making, and work with citizens differently.
Article - Cheong Koon Hean
Innovations in hardware and heartware shape the design of Singapore’s next-generation residential towns.
Article - Geoff Armstrong
The theme-weaver for the inaugural Human Capital Summit reflects on the event’s broader significance and key insights.
Article - Peter Ong
Singapore’s Head of Civil Service charts new directions for the public sector as the nation looks forward to its next decades of growth.
Article - Jocelyne Bourgon
After thirty years of reform and experimentation, it is now time to outline a new, integrated model of public administration more relevant to the complex challenges of today, argues Jocelyn Bourgon, President Emeritus of the Canada School of Public Service.