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War or collaboration?

Comparing the leadership philosophies of Chinese admiral Zheng He and Art of War author Sun Zi, and how they relate to today's busines world.

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Tapping Singapore's hidden talent pool

As Singapore's population ages, employers should look at steps to encourage a largely untapped pool of female talent back into the workforce.


Survival of the fittest

Why do some companies adapt and thrive in the face of technological change while others fail?


Women in finance: Insight on getting to the top

Leading women from the financial world give their take on achieving career success in an industry often seen as dominated by men.



Government in business: No apologies necessary

To be a friend of business, rather than a foe, government must adapt to changing business needs and not cling to old doctrines, says new book.



What direction for India's economy?

Despite its troubles, India is not headed for a repeat of its 1991 crisis, the country's former central bank governor tells Think Business.



OSIM and the use of celebrity marketing

Ron Sim, founder of lifestyle brand OSIM, on marketing in Asia and the impact of the Andy Lau effect.



Building resilience: Surviving and thriving through adversity

Experiencing setbacks and unexpected hurdles - and learning from them - is vital for organisations and individuals.


Emerging Myanmar: Risk versus reward

What does the pace and progress of refom in Myanmar mean for doing business in one of the world's last untapped markets?



Leadership to deliver 'the best'

Daimler Financial Services' CEO on leading a global auto business to deliver "nothing but the best".



Growth through innovation: Philips' transformation journey

Harjit Gill, CEO of Philips for ASEAN and the Pacific, on leading meaningful innovation through customer centricity to drive growth.



Putting customers second

Vineet Nayar of HCL Technologies on why turning conventional management wisdom on its head is the key to leading growth.



The art of the difficult conversation

A new course in the NUS MBA programme trains future business leaders in turning difficult conversations into conversations of possibility.