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Asia Perspective: Braving the Economic Woes in Singapore

“Fire is the test of gold; adversity, of strong men.” -Seneca
Throughout its short history, Singapore has demonstrated a resilience and strength that competes well…

Essay: Finding Pearls in a Crisis

By David Mashburn
The current economic funk doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. Progressive companies are always recruiting. Survivors know where the escape hatches are.

Essay: A Viewpoint on Ethics from India

Preetham Parigi discusses what is good and bad in the context of a moral obligation at the level of the individual, corporation, society, or a nation.

Essay: Developing Career and Life Vision

By Andy Chan, assistant dean and director of the MBA Career Management Center at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business

Essay: Innovation in Transportation

By David Gautschi, dean of the Lally School of Management and Technology, the business school at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Essay: Three Keys to Ethical Leadership

General Peter Pace shares three specific things about ethics that he believes transcend the type of work you do — setting your moral compass, demonstrating intellectual courage, protecting your name.

Essay: Lessons Learned on Organizational Ethics

Corporate ethics that comes out of the boss’s office or from an outside consultant is nothing like the kind that comes from people challenged to come up with guidelines for themselves.

Asia Perspective: Supported Employment for the Physically Challenged in Singapore

Dr. Ow Chee Chung, executive director, Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD), discusses how SPD, a nonprofit organization in Singapore, helps the physically challenged through supported employment and skills development.

Essay: Working Toward Consensus on Nanotechnology

Nanotech is going to revolutionize the world. We believe that an informed public can help avoid the possible disastrous outcomes of a technology that runs rampant without proper regulation, and can ensure that nanotech is used for the greatest good for the greatest number.

Asia Perspective: Brewing Success in Singapore a Cup at a Time

Against a competitive backdrop of cheap local coffee and mass-market mega coffee franchises, a late entrant emerged in Singapore to thrive — Gloria Jean’s Coffees.