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Opinion: Global Talent: The War Goes On

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: Preparing Public Officers for New Modes of Governance

Opinion  -  Aaron Maniam

Public service training and development should evolve in tandem with the dynamic, relational modes of governance that are emerging.

Managing Transitions

Article  -  Khoo Ee Wan

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

What Does It Mean to Optimise Public Service Delivery?

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.

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.

Managing Talent in an Age of Uncertainty

Review  -  Toh Boon Kwan

Review of Peter Cappelli's Talent on Demand

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.

Opinion: In Search of the New Public Leader

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?

From Futures "Thinking" to Futures "Doing"

Review  -  Aaron Maniam

Review of Kahane's "Transformative Scenario Planning"

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.