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Enabling Organisational Transformation: Possibilities and Practice

Article  -  Lena Leong, Aurora De Souza Watters

Two public agencies illustrate transformational strategies that could help organisations rethink and reinvent themselves for the future.

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.

A New Paradigm for the Delivery of Public Services

Article  -  Pang Kin Keong

Public agencies looking to step up service delivery should invest in people-centred reforms and smarter data tools.

Leadership Across Generations

Article  -  Goh Han Teck

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

Developing a Liveable and Sustainable Singapore

Article  -  Toh Boon Kwan

Singapore’s developmental success is underpinned by principled approaches to the ubiquitous challenges of urban governance.

New Strategic Capabilities and Partnership Paradigms for Singapore’s Social Sector

Article  -  Cheryl Wu

Singapore's social compact can no longer rest on Government alone; cross-sector partnerships may better address increasingly complex social needs.

The Value of Values in the Singapore Public Service

Article  -  Ghalpanah Thangaraju, Keith Tan

The transformation of the Public Service must also involve thoughtful reinvigoration of the values it stands for.

Gearing the Public Service for SG100

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.

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.