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Leading Education Institutions Using S&OP Processes

By MURALI RAMAN and LIN NAH TAN Sales and Operating Planning (S&OP henceforth) processes, when implemented well, can foster greater agility, an innovative culture and overall business sustainability. In this piece we examine the relevance of S&OP Processes in the context of leading education institutions.

18th Jan 2021

6 min Article

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Skyfall? Five Marketing Trends in 2021

By EUNICE GOH No, I’m not referring to the James Bond movie. But similar to Skyfall, where Bond was put through both physical and emotional wringers, 2020 has been an emotional year. Here are five marketing trends to look ahead for in 2021, as COVID-19 has shifted the way we work, live and socialse, likely forever.

14th Jan 2021

4 min Article

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10 Podcasting Lessons Seasoned Podcasters Wish They'd Known

By HANNAH ROA If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, you no doubt want to make sure that you start off on the right foot. Let’s dive into 10 lessons that experienced podcasters wish they had known when they were just starting out!

16th Dec 2020

9 min Article

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4 Lessons I Learnt Along My Coaching Journey

By KHAIRUL ANWAR In essence, coaching is a partnership with the client to explore a new perspective, get unstuck from a situation, look beyond one’s fears, spread one’s wings, and encourage one to take actions that translate into solutions they had previously avoided. My progress, thankfully, has been great thus far and that’s good news! Here are my four main takeaways.

9th Dec 2020

3 min Article

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Don’t Be a Lone Wolf in Sales!

By HANZO NG There isn’t a more dangerous myth in sales than that of the ‘lone wolf’. I’m sure some of you have probably heard of some story about a super salesperson who single-handedly turned a company around with outstanding sales figures.

25th Nov 2020

3 min Article

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What To Do If You’re Being Micro-Managed

By FIONA ROBERTSON - Obviously, the degree of autonomy that makes sense for a team changes depending on the situation. As the pace of change increases, the boss has less and less time available to figure out what everyone else should be doing and delegate instructions.

4th Sep 2020

3 min Article

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Your Company Culture Lies In The Rules Of Belonging

By FIONA ROBERTSON - True culture is the Rules Of Belonging, what it takes to be truly accepted s part of the gang. No one will tell you what they are, but if you want to truly belong, you had better find out.

29th Aug 2020

3 min Article

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Positive Effects of Mindfulness in the Workplace

Laura Yee talks to Dr Sekar Jaganathan about mindfulness and the positive effects it has in the workplace today. Dr Sekar is the Director of Digital Strategy at Kenanga Investment Bank, Advisor at ISG (Information Services Group), Honorary Advisor at CoE

24th Aug 2020

1 min Article

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Prevent 'Game Stalling'​ During Simulation Design

Stalling can happen during a game or simulation design. ‘Game Stalling’ is a condition where the ‘angle of attack’ of the design process is too large. This means we are trying to do too much too soon, resulting in a condition where the process becomes complex and overwhelming. 

23rd Jun 2020

3 min Article

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Leading Education Institutions Using S&OP Processes

By MURALI RAMAN and LIN NAH TAN Sales and Operating Planning (S&OP henceforth) processes, when implemented well, can foster greater agility, an innovative culture and overall business sustainability. In this piece we examine the relevance of S&OP Processes in the context of leading education institutions.

18th Jan 2021

6 min Article

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Skyfall? Five Marketing Trends in 2021

By EUNICE GOH No, I’m not referring to the James Bond movie. But similar to Skyfall, where Bond was put through both physical and emotional wringers, 2020 has been an emotional year. Here are five marketing trends to look ahead for in 2021, as COVID-19 has shifted the way we work, live and socialse, likely forever.

14th Jan 2021

4 min Article

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10 Podcasting Lessons Seasoned Podcasters Wish They'd Known

By HANNAH ROA If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, you no doubt want to make sure that you start off on the right foot. Let’s dive into 10 lessons that experienced podcasters wish they had known when they were just starting out!

16th Dec 2020

9 min Article

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4 Lessons I Learnt Along My Coaching Journey

By KHAIRUL ANWAR In essence, coaching is a partnership with the client to explore a new perspective, get unstuck from a situation, look beyond one’s fears, spread one’s wings, and encourage one to take actions that translate into solutions they had previously avoided. My progress, thankfully, has been great thus far and that’s good news! Here are my four main takeaways.

9th Dec 2020

3 min Article

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Don’t Be a Lone Wolf in Sales!

By HANZO NG There isn’t a more dangerous myth in sales than that of the ‘lone wolf’. I’m sure some of you have probably heard of some story about a super salesperson who single-handedly turned a company around with outstanding sales figures.

25th Nov 2020

3 min Article

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What To Do If You’re Being Micro-Managed

By FIONA ROBERTSON - Obviously, the degree of autonomy that makes sense for a team changes depending on the situation. As the pace of change increases, the boss has less and less time available to figure out what everyone else should be doing and delegate instructions.

4th Sep 2020

3 min Article

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Your Company Culture Lies In The Rules Of Belonging

By FIONA ROBERTSON - True culture is the Rules Of Belonging, what it takes to be truly accepted s part of the gang. No one will tell you what they are, but if you want to truly belong, you had better find out.

29th Aug 2020

3 min Article

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Positive Effects of Mindfulness in the Workplace

Laura Yee talks to Dr Sekar Jaganathan about mindfulness and the positive effects it has in the workplace today. Dr Sekar is the Director of Digital Strategy at Kenanga Investment Bank, Advisor at ISG (Information Services Group), Honorary Advisor at CoE

24th Aug 2020

1 min Article

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Prevent 'Game Stalling'​ During Simulation Design

Stalling can happen during a game or simulation design. ‘Game Stalling’ is a condition where the ‘angle of attack’ of the design process is too large. This means we are trying to do too much too soon, resulting in a condition where the process becomes complex and overwhelming. 

23rd Jun 2020

3 min Article

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