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2012

Business

Singapore Management University

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Daddy’S Advice For Life, Singapore Management University Oct 2012

Daddy’S Advice For Life, Singapore Management University

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ANTHONY A. ROSE , speaks about his book, "Daddy's Logic", which is based on real-life experiences and anecdotes of some of the most inspirational people in the world, ROSE looks back over 30 years of shared experiences with his late father-as well as over 21 years of career experiences in working with many of `Daddy's Heroes`-to define and share Daddy's Logic for success in both the personal and professional spheres of one's life.


From Boardroom To Parliament, Singapore Management University Apr 2012

From Boardroom To Parliament, Singapore Management University

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Everyone has different motivations for working, . But the primary incentive for slogging it out in the corporate jungle would be money— at least that is what employers believe. This helps explain why companies are often willing to shell out wads of cash to outbid one another in the labour market for top executives.


Large Mutual Fund Families: Bigger May Not Always Be Better, Singapore Management University Feb 2012

Large Mutual Fund Families: Bigger May Not Always Be Better, Singapore Management University

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Size is not everything but it may be intuitive for the novice investor to place his money in a mutual fund from large fund families thinking that it will outperform the smaller ones.


Enhancing Internal Communications: How Microsoft Cuts Through The Clutter, Singapore Management University Feb 2012

Enhancing Internal Communications: How Microsoft Cuts Through The Clutter, Singapore Management University

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How do you communicate with 5,000 employees across 17 countries in a simple yet effective and compelling way? This was a question that Jovina Ang had to answer back in 2010, when she joined Microsoft Services Asia as marketing communications director.