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Shoulder to Shoulder: Why Partnership Matters in Times of Crisis

Opinion  -  Theophilus Kwek

In light of the current pandemic crisis, a young officer reflects how Singapore has come together in common purpose in past crises, and how it can do so again today.

Sampan Singapore: New Lines, Nets and Capabilities in the COVID Storm

Opinion  -  Eleena Tan

Despite decades of growth, the global pandemic has shown that Singapore remains a small, vulnerable state in a volatile global environment. How do we stay afloat and thrive in an uncertain future?

The Global Pandemic, US-China Relations, and Implications for Singapore and ASEAN

Opinion  -  Khong Yuen Foong

Geopolitical rivalries will continue to shape a post-COVID world, confronting smaller states with strategic choices that may be challenging to balance.

Reshaping Behaviour and Systems in a Post-COVID Policy Landscape

Opinion  -  Robyn Mildon, Maryanna Abdo, Jane Lewis

Researchers from the global Centre for Evidence and Implementation propose policy approaches based on insights from the science of behavioural change and its implementation.

How Managers Can Support Staff Mental Wellbeing in the Post-Pandemic Workplace

Opinion  -  Sueann Soon

A seasoned manager offers five tips for balancing the needs of the team and individual members in times of personal difficulty.

Emerging Stronger as an Antifragile Nation

Opinion  -  Azfer A. Khan, Ang Kheng Kiat

Crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic are an opportunity for Singapore to forge new bonds, by drawing from our different perspectives and capacities to benefit the common good.

Growing from Clusters to Ecosystems

Opinion  -  Shirley Loo

In a post-pandemic knowledge-based economy, success may lie in distributed ecosystems of complementary firms cooperating for the common good.

Collaborative Leadership & the Challenge of the Future: In Conversation with Peter Hawkins

Opinion  -  Peter Hawkins

The existential crises of our time call for fundamentally different ways of thinking, listening, acting, and leading.

Engaging Public Officers in a Hybrid Workplace

Opinion  -  Amos Law

The hybrid future of work means more thought and intention must be invested in keeping staff connected and engaged, right from the start.

Good Governance Is Built on Capabilities, Not Ideology

Opinion  -  Wu Wei Neng, Kenneth Sim

Principals at a new non-profit institute draw on data, history and their practitioner experience in Singapore’s public sector, to help governments around the world become more efficient and effective.