Editorial - Alvin Pang
In this digital edition of ETHOS, we are reminded that in the age of machine learning, the vital work of government is still carried out not by automatons but by people—who deserve the support and nurturing necessary for them to give their best efforts. Featuring: Amos Law, Soh Zhi Liang, Khoo Ee Wan, Zoey Lew, Sueann Soon, Wu Wei Neng, and Kenneth Sim.
ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.
Features past issues of Ethos, event materials and CSC-authored case studies and toolkits
Article - Khoo Ee Wan, Zoey Lew
For diversity to yield benefits, inclusive practices need to be intentionally established at every level of an organisation.
Article - Penny Han
A successful transition to new service channels has transformed this traditional regulatory agency into an award-winning service provider.
Roundtable - Alaa Youssef, Zamani Saul, Serey Chea
In this edition of the Ethos Roundtable, participants of the 11th Leaders in Governance Programme reflect on the challenges of an increasingly diverse citizenry and how a younger generation of public officers must avoid complacency while sustaining trust in government.
Article - Goh Han Teck
Generational differences may transform the way we identify, develop and practise leadership in the Public Service.
Article - Koh Chiu Yee
Evidence suggests that helping parents to combine work and family life is key to raising fertility, but social and workplace norms may mitigate even the best intentioned policies.
Article - Soh Zhi Liang
In the wake of the pandemic-induced shake-up of the workplace, organisations must rethink how they can better support the motivational drives and life goals of their people—or risk losing their commitment and energy.
Article - Chng Hak-Peng
What the Private Sector Has Learnt about Public Engagement