Portfolio and asset allocation in times of volatility

October 4, 2011

Michael Yoshikami, founder and CEO of YCMNET Advisors, speaks at NUS Business School on the practicalities of managing client money in turbulent times.

Fighting poverty together: Creating opportunities for the poor

October 4, 2011

Professor Aneel Karnani of the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business says focus must shift to creating employment opportunities for the poor and policies that increase their productive capacity.

William Fung on China and changing supply chains

October 4, 2011

Executive deputy chairman of logistics giant Li & Fung speaks at NUS about tapping into the Chinese consumer market and the shift in global supply chains.

Responding to disaster: Yamato Ta-Q-Bin and Japan’s 2011 tsunami

October 4, 2011

Makoto Kigawa, president and executive officer of Yamato Ta-Q-Bin, on the responses and responsibilities of one of Japan's leading courier firms following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster.

Approaches to grant-making and lessons for Asian philanthropists

October 4, 2011

Paul Brest, president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, one of the largest grant-making bodies in the US, speaks to NUS Professor Dennis Cheek about the work of the foundation, how it decides which projects to support and gives some advice for a new generation of philanthropists emerging in Asia.

Leadership lessons from Citigroup

October 4, 2011

Citigroup Singapore Country Head Michael Zink speaks at NUS Business School on the qualities needed to deliver leadership in uncertain economic times.

5 Tips for Start-up Success: Online Judge Eric Tachibana

October 4, 2011

NUS Business School professor, veteran entrepreneur and angel investor Eric Tachibana shares insights on start-ups, partnerships and entrepreneurship from his experience in Silicon Valley and Asia.

Conquering the sustainability barrier

October 4, 2011

Green business champion John Elkington speaks at NUS Business School on the challenges and hurdles in tackling climate change and delivering business-focused sustainability for future generations.

Singapore boardroom gender diversity ranks low

October 4, 2011

The first Singapore Board Diversity Report, a joint 2-year study by BoardAgender and NUS Business School's Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organizations (CGIO), surveyed 700 Singapore Exchange-listed firms. It found Singapore ranked bottom among developed economies globally for boardroom gender diversity with 6.9 percent female representation across sectors. In the region, it lacked behind Hong Kong, China and Malaysia, and only ahead of India.

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