Opinion - Douglas O'Laughlin
ILOD Principal Consultant Douglas O’Loughlin outlines four key leadership competencies to cultivate in a world of greater complexity and uncertainty.
Opinion - Claudio Fernández-Aráoz
What can a Portuguese prince from the Age of Exploration teach us about the search for leadership in an Age of Uncertainty?
Opinion - Kenneth Paul Tan
Deeply ingrained habits and structures may have to be shed before a more productive relationship can develop between the state and the public.
Opinion - Graham Leicester
The competencies needed to transform governance are already innate in the policymaking community — but a deliberate cultural shift may be necessary to bring them to the fore.
Opinion - John Lim, Lee Chong Hock
Lee Chong Hock and John Lim from the PS21 Office examine the challenges that face the Singapore Public Service, as it reaches beyond individual service excellence towards Whole-of-Government outcomes.
Opinion - Pushp Deep Gupta
In 2008, Hewitt Associates was commissioned by Singapore's Ministry of Manpower to conduct wide-ranging research on current and future talent challenges with a special focus on Asia. In this article, they highlight key findings from their research.
Opinion - Aaron Maniam
Public service training and development should evolve in tandem with the dynamic, relational modes of governance that are emerging.
Opinion - Karen Tay
A Singaporean in Silicon Valley argues for new work structures, principles and practices, and incentives that will appeal to the top tech talent we want.
Opinion - Andrew Tan
The Singapore Public Service can ready itself for a more challenging environment with more thoughtful communication, collaboration and creative use of resources.
Opinion - Celia Lee
CSC researcher Celia Lee makes a case for the systematic cultivation of ethical thinking and moral development in public administration.