DISRUPTION

DISRUPTION

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  1. What 2019’s graduating jobseekers need to know

    Commentary: Facing disrupted futures, Singapore’s youth must put their mental health first

    Rather than neglect our mental health to arrive first in a race that never ends, let’s prioritise it so we can keep running this marathon, says Ng ...
  2. Love, Bonito’s Funan outlet

    Commentary: The future of Singapore e-commerce is in brick and mortar

    Love, Bonito’s opening of its biggest physical store yet in Funan may be a sign where online shopping will head to next, says NUS Business ...
  3. China elderly

    Commentary: China’s chief conundrum - how to look after the world’s fastest ageing population

    Without a baby boom, China is heading towards an economic stall, says China commentator Tom McGregor. Still, automation may be a solution.
  4. Mobike's shared bikes are lined up in Shenzhen

    Commentary: With Mobike’s impending exit, is it time to give public bike-sharing a shot?

    After a roller-coaster journey, is Singapore’s private bike-sharing sector coming to a grinding halt?
  5. Singapore skyline

    Commentary: Three literacies to level up Singapore’s disruption game

    To adapt to a rapidly changing environment, and realise the country’s Smart Nation vision, Singaporeans need to be cross-culturally, digitally and ...
  6. Ofo bicycles file

    Commentary: Lessons from the fall of once-mighty bike-sharing giants

    There is hope yet for last-mile mobility. E-scooter companies would be wise to adopt a different business model instead of attempting to scale up ...
  7. Silhouette of a university grad

    Commentary: Singapore and Singaporeans lose when universities chase after world rankings

    A focus on chasing after university rankings, and therefore prioritising research over teaching, has detrimental effects for Singapore students ...
  8. students (2)

    Commentary: My generation has a fear of missing out - on a disrupted future

    The fear of missing out is real – and a 20-year-old shares what this means for millennials in an age of disruption.
  9. oBike east of Singapore

    Commentary: How oBike, Grab-Uber merger were managed shows we haven't gotten disruption right

    The way authorities approached oBike’s closure and other disruptions which include Grab-Uber's merger, FinTech and lifelong learning offers ...