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.
Horsemen and Super-Powers: Learning to Design in Government
Opinion - Agnes Kwek
A decade of design thinking experiments has taught one former policy designer what kills innovation, and what helps it thrive.
How to Build Good Software
Opinion - Li Hongyi
Software has characteristics that make it hard to build with traditional management techniques; effective development requires a different, more exploratory and iterative approach.
Promoting Active Ageing through Virtual & Augmented Reality
Opinion - Jung Younbo
A Nanyang Technological University team is developing simulation tools to help seniors learn important skills at their own pace.
Humanising Technology for Older Adults
Opinion - Tan Tai Kiat
Technology can be of profound benefit to seniors and their supporters—but it has to be adaptable to individual needs and contexts to be truly useful.
Sustainable Urban Development: Espoo, Finland
Article - Helena Kyrki
The small but dynamic Finnish city is a leader in promoting development that brings together residents, businesses and other stakeholders, for the long-term benefit of all.
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.
Public Service 4.0: What Might It Look Like?
Opinion - Peter Shergold
Digitisation and robotic process automation will revolutionise public administration—but the outcome will depend on how we choose to use them.
Reimagining Productive Longevity
Article - Kok Ping Soon
By increasing seniors’ productive capacity, strengthening the ecoysystem functional capacity and changing the social narrative, we can turn ageing from a societal liability to a productive asset for the nation.
Governance Amid Technological Disruption: A Vision for an Agile Public Service
Article - Daniel Lim Yew Mao, Chan Chi Ling
A more agile, iterative and inclusive approach to policymaking and problem solving can help the public sector keep pace with change.