DISRUPTION

DISRUPTION

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  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. 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.
  4. 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 ...
  5. DBS Chief Executive Officer Piyush Gupta speaks during an event in Mumbai

    Commentary: Financial sector transformation checks three key boxes

    The financial services ITM is a fitting role model for other industry transformation roadmaps, says DBS Bank CEO Piyush Gupta who outlines three ...
  6. SMRT delay at City Hall Dec 15

    Commentary: What can a Chief Commuter Engagement Officer do to restore public confidence in SMRT?

    SMRT’s move to shore up its communications and engagement outfit is laudable but it doesn’t discount the shake-up the company needs to restore ...
  7. The moon rises over the HSBC building in the Canary Wharf financial district of London, a day befor

    Commentary: Fintech, banking’s great disruptor. Or is it?

    Incessant debate around fintech and digital disruption should not distract the banking industry from its core purpose of being a trusted manager ...
  8. Office workers walk to the train station during evening rush hour in the financial district of Sing

    Commentary: Career resilience is more than just bouncing back

    Years of coaching CEOs, workers and students have taught the NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates’ director that being resilient is one of the ...
  9. Singapore worker

    Commentary: What do we expect NTUC to do for PMEs?

    With NTUC updating its constitution to cover PMEs, NTU’s Professor Chew Soon Beng discusses the benefits the move offers.
  10. Sick work

    Commentary: Why we should all feel sorry for corporate leaders

    Chief executives these days are challenged as never before, says the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.