Research Projects

Cultural Values and Successes in Team Sports

Assistant Professor Yam Kai Chi

2019

Intuitively, the culture value of collectivism (rather than individualism) should be beneficial for team cooperation and, as a result, team success....

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Employees’ Work and Non-work Experiences

Assistant Professor Kim Sooyeol

2019

Due to their authority and strategic position at work, leaders are considered important sources of influence to employees’ work-life and their pe....

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Latest Case Studies

Ronds: A Pioneer in a Blue Ocean (A)

Assoc Prof Doreen Kum, Assoc Prof Qizhang Liu and Assoc Prof Bin Ding (University of Science and Technology of China)

4 March 2020

Ronds Science & Technology Incorporated Company (Ronds) was a leading smart solutions provider in China’s machine condition monitoring market....

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Ronds: A Pioneer in a Blue Ocean (B)

Assoc Prof Doreen Kum, Assoc Prof Qizhang Liu and Assoc Prof Bin Ding (University of Science and Technology of China)

4 March 2020

Supplement for product 9B20A012

For NUS Business School: (Faculty only)
To obtain a free copy of the case, please contact Ms Kwok Siew....

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In the News

Be a Fool! It’s What Crisis Leadership Really Needs
2 April 2020 | The European Business Review

In a commentary, Provost’s Chair and Prof David De Cremer explores Europe’s crisis leadership during the onset of COVID-19.

Business leaders, experts hail $48b surprise package
27 March 2020 | The Straits Times

Low Tuck Kwong Distinguished Professor in Finance Sumit Agarwal comments on the impact of the stimulus package on businesses in Singapore.


Revamp workflow to improve productivity
19 March 2020 | Lianhe Zaobao

In a commentary, Assoc Prof Chu Junhong and Distinguished Prof Ivan Png discuss how local organisations such as Singapore General Hospital are revamping their workflows to improve productivity.

US-China geopolitical rivalry in 2020 and beyond


With trust between the two powers almost completely broken down, how do we move forward?

Addressing the decline in tourist spending


Singapore needs to rethink its legacy positioning as a gateway to Asia.

Innovation is about more than shiny gadgets


Many traditional firms struggle to define what innovation is or overlook its importance.

Is bike sharing about to bounce back?


New firms are emerging from the initial wreckage of bankruptcies and abandoned operations.
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