Article - Iva Aminuddin, Wan Chng, Vera Lim
By deepening their ability to identify relevant trends and anticipate emerging needs, learning and development practitioners can help shape the future of their organisations.
Through the Looking-Glass: Three Ways Advancements in Artificial Intelligence Will Change Learning & Development
Article - Michael Chew, Hoe Wee Meng, Kelvin Tan
Artificial intelligence could soon transform learning by augmenting human empathy and judgement with rich, context-sensitive information.
Article - Angel Chew
Being prepared for a volatile and uncertain world may involve not just learning about what faces us ahead, but also relearning—or unlearning—lessons of old.
Roundtable - Martin Hang, Daisy Koh, Lau Teh Wei, Lim Ee-Lon
Four seasoned practitioners share their perspectives on crafting immersive, learner-centred approaches that may lead to more enduring outcomes in and beyond the workplace.
Foreword - Ong Toon Hui
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.
Applying behavioural economics to learning and child development can help solve complex problems in education.
Article - Aaron Maniam
We need to rethink what it means to learn and be learners, in a complex, dynamic and fluid world where many answers are not predetermined, but must be cultivated and co-evolved.
Article - Khoo Ee Wan, Aurora De Souza Watters, Suniartie Sudyono
To be successful, positional leaders must learn to move from being 'hero' to 'host', providing the conditions, processes and resources for others to step up and contribute at every level.
Opinion - Lim Siong Guan, Peter Ho, Peter Ong, Leo Yip
Four top public service leaders, including the current Head, Civil Service, reflect on the role of the Civil Service College in nurturing a robust, cogent and future-ready public sector in Singapore.