Videos


Approaches to indexing sustainability

March 6, 2013

Experts examine how to build a unified approach to sustainability and indexing sustainable performance at a forum jointly hosted by NUS Business School and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.


Indonesia leads Asia in board diversity

March 6, 2013

Inaugural NUS Business School report finds Indonesia leads Asia in terms of boardroom gender diversity, with 11.6 per cent of boardroom seats held by women.


Suki Group case study: Strategy

March 6, 2013

Suki restaurant group founder and COO Kelvin Ong speaks to NUS Business School about strategy and challenges for SMEs in Singapore's highly-competitive food business.


Suki Group case study: Vision for Growth

March 6, 2013

Suki restaurant group founder and COO Kelvin Ong speaks to NUS Business School about strategy and challenges for SMEs in Singapore's highly-competitive food business.


Driving growth: Shell’s future fuels strategy. Part one

March 6, 2013

With global energy demand forecast to double by 2050 the quest is on to find the fuels of the future. As a major global energy player, Shell has invested billions of dollars in developing alternative energy sources. NUS Business School adjunct professor Dr Alison Eyring speaks to Mark Gainsbrough, executive vice president global commercial for Shell, about lessons for firms and growth leaders from Shell's ventures.


Globalising an Asian family business: William Fung

January 22, 2013

Dr William Fung, Li & Fung chairman and member of NUS Business School's Management Advisory Board on how the listed Hong Kong-based MNC transformed from a Chinese family-owned business to one with 37,000 staff in 48 economies.


Morgan Stanley boss on outlook for global financial markets

January 22, 2013

Navtej Nandra, head of Morgan Stanley Investment International, speaks at NUS Business School.


The lost genius of American capitalism: Luigi Zingales

January 22, 2013

Professor Luigi Zingales of Chicago Booth School of Business warns that without a rebalancing of the relationship between business and politics, America is in danger of becoming a crony capitalist state.


Slow progress in Singapore board diversity

January 22, 2013

Latest NUS study of Singapore Exchange-listed companies finds slow progress in raising number of women on corporate boards.


Corporate governance in a post-crisis world

January 22, 2013

Experts from around the world attend conference hosted by NUS Business School examining the interface between governance and institutions in a post-financial crisis world.


Atlas Sound & Vision case study: Vision for Growth

December 4, 2012

Singapore-based Atlas Sound & Vision CEO Michael Tien speaks to NUS Business School about strategy and challenges for SMEs in the premium end of the retail sector.


Atlas Sound & Vision case study: Leadership

December 4, 2012

Singapore-based Atlas Sound & Vision CEO Michael Tien speaks to NUS Business School about strategy and challenges for SMEs in the premium end of the retail sector.


Atlas Sound & Vision case study: Strategy

December 4, 2012

Singapore-based Atlas Sound & Vision CEO Michael Tien speaks to NUS Business School about strategy and challenges for SMEs in the premium end of the retail sector.


Atlas Sound & Vision case study: Marketing

December 4, 2012

Singapore-based Atlas Sound & Vision CEO Michael Tien speaks to NUS Business School about strategy and challenges for SMEs in the premium end of the retail sector.


Revolutionising the financial world: Jignesh Shah

October 29, 2012

Chairman of India's Financial Technologies Group speaks to NUS Business School about the power of technology to shake up financial markets.


What Chinese Want: Q&A with Tom Doctoroff

October 29, 2012

Author speaks to NUS Business School about successful marketing strategies for reaching out to Chinese consumers


Driving Growth: Lessons from Formula One

October 29, 2012

What business lessons can growth leaders learn from the sport of Formula One? Malcolm Wall Morris, CEO of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, speaks to NUS Business School adjunct professor Dr Alison Eyring.


Management communication: The art of influence

October 29, 2012

Professor Hsieh Tsun Yan talks to the 2012 intake of NUS MBA students about his new course on management communication and how to influence behavioural change.


The three golden rules of marketing in China: Tom Doctoroff – 营销中国的三大黄金法则:Tom Doctoroff

October 29, 2012

Author of What Chinese Want speaks at NUS Business School on the three key rules for tapping into China's consumer market


Growing the supply chain: YCH looks to the future

September 18, 2012

Dr Robert Yap, CEO of YCH group, talks to NUS Business School about strategies for growth, leadership, new technology and approaches to challenges at a leading supply chain and logistics firm.


Growing the supply chain: Marketing and branding YCH

September 18, 2012

Dr Robert Yap, CEO of YCH group, talks to NUS Business School about strategies for growth, leadership, new technology and approaches to challenges at a leading supply chain and logistics firm.


Growing the supply chain: Leadership and people management at YCH

September 18, 2012

Dr Robert Yap, CEO of YCH group, talks to NUS Business School about strategies for growth, leadership, new technology and approaches to challenges at a leading supply chain and logistics firm.


Growing the supply chain: Strategy at Singapore’s YCH group

September 18, 2012

Dr Robert Yap, CEO of YCH group, talks to NUS Business School about strategies for growth, leadership, new technology and approaches to challenges at a leading supply chain and logistics firm.


Managing challenges: The YCH approach

September 18, 2012

Dr Robert Yap, CEO of YCH group, talks to NUS Business School about strategies for growth, leadership, new technology and approaches to challenges at a leading supply chain and logistics firm.


World Bank outlook for the East Asian economy.

October 4, 2011

World Bank chief economist for East Asia and the Pacific Bert Hofman at NUS Business School on his outlook for the regional economy. Hofman was speaking at a forum jointly organised by the Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments at NUS and Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.


Consumptionomics: Rethinking Asian capitalism

October 4, 2011

Author Chandran Nair says Asia must avoid following the Western consumption-led growth model and come up with its own model of development, or face disaster.


Harley-Davidson expanding in Asia

October 4, 2011

How the American motorcycle icon is looking to grow its business in Asia and develop Asian business leaders.


Morgan Stanley focuses on growth in Asia

October 4, 2011

William Strong, Morgan Stanley's co-CEO for the Asia Pacific region, explains why Asia is the place to be in the coming decades and why the financial services firm has increased its headcount here by six per cent in the first quarter of 2012.


Building people the CapitaLand way

October 4, 2011

Speaking at NUS Business School, Liew Mun Leong, CEO of Southeast Asia's largest real estate firm, says focusing on developing and nurturing talent is the key to business success.


World 3.0: Why it’s not as flat as you might think

October 4, 2011

Professor Pankaj Ghemawat of IESE Business School in Barcelona says popular concepts about the extent of globalisation and the death of distance don't stand up to the data.


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