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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.

Leadership Development in the Singapore Public Service

Article  -  Ong Perng Yih

A ground-breaking research study on public sector leadership in Singapore highlights the importance of leadership impact and challenging work assignments on staff development and performance.

Developing Public Sector Leaders

Article  -  Goh Phek Suan

Self-awareness and shared responsibility are key to the cultivation of holistic leadership in public organisations today.

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

Managing Transitions

Article  -  Khoo Ee Wan

How can individuals manage the challenges — and reap the potential benefits — of life changes and workplace transitions?

Redefining Engagement: Lessons for the Public Service from Our Singapore Conversation

Article  -  Yee Lai Fong, Melissa Khoo

Through collective learning-by-doing and investment in strong relationships, Our Singapore Conversation has pioneered new possibilities for public engagement and governance.

Growing a Biophilic City in a Garden

Article  -  Kenneth Er

The greening of Singapore is the outcome of decades of commitment, sound planning, and strong community partnerships.

Leadership Across Generations

Article  -  Goh Han Teck

Generational differences may transform the way we identify, develop and practise leadership in the Public Service.

Accelerating the Growth of the Asian Leader

Article  -  Peter Ong, Bruce J. Avolio

Research from Gallup suggests that the emerging Asian workforce may benefit from a different model of leadership development.

Simulations, Exercises and Games in the Civil Service

Article  -  Peter Ho

The former Head of Civil Service makes a case for policy gaming as a means to anchor learning, reduce surprise and surface diverse perspectives.