10 fingers, 10 toes, that's all that used to matter.
The Singapore government is curbing car population growth. Is it a good or bad thing?
Singapore's productivity woes is chronic. The "people on the ground" claimed that we are already overworked. I think it's just an excuse by the workers to stay in their comfort zone. Why are they so resistant to increasing productivity, then?
Your child misbehaves in front of everyone. What do you do? This seems like a straightforward question, but Singapore has devolved to the state where we actually have a heated debate on what to do.
Asking an expert who is unwilling or incompetent to train others is like asking a fish to climb a tree.
Save the headache and engage a skilled trainer!
Adam Grant, a Wharton professor, talks about 3 types of characters in an organisation (namely, Giver, Taker and Matcher), how they perform and influence in an organisation, and how to encourage or protect the Giver, whom is found to be most valuable to the organisation.
Ever since PCs became common in households, training institutions have been toying with the idea of e-learning. In other words, they are trying to put classroom teaching into the virtual world, just like how letters have become emails. The literature on the numerous ventures into e-learning is abundant, but few address the fundamental question that [...]