Latest Case Studies

  • Keppel Corporation's Buyout Offer for Keppel Land

    by Assoc Prof Ruth S.K. Tan, Dr Zsuzsa R. Huszar and Dr Weina Zhang

    Publication Date: 18/07/2016

    On January 21, 2015, a trading halt was placed on the shares of Keppel Corporation (Keppel Corp)...

  • TRIAS: Decision on Cable Ladder Production

    by Assoc Prof Singfat Chu and Mr Leo Hermanto (EMBA student)

    Publication Date: 22/02/2016

    In July 2015, PT Trias Indra Saputra (TRIAS), Indonesia’s leading welded cable ladder producer, had just won...

  • Ramcides: Growing Pains for a Family-Run Business in an Emerging Market

    by Ms Serene Chen (MBA student), Mr Juho Eino Ilmari Mikkonen (MBA student), Ms Valeria Barreca (MBA student) and Assoc Prof Trichy Krishnan

    Publication Date: 05/07/2016

    During the Holi festival in March 2012, the managing director of Ramcides, a family-run agrochemical business, was...

  • Vibrance Kegel Device: Capturing Mindshare

    by Dr Doreen Kum

    Publication Date: 28/06/2016

    The Vibrance Kegel Device (VKD) was an intra-vaginal device that helped women correctly identify and strengthen their...

FACULTY IN NEWS

In a move welcomed by market watchers as long overdue, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) said on Monday that it is hiving off its regulatory arm from its commercial activities. A new...

History is replete with examples of family members who became leaders. The United States has a long list of Kennedys in government office. India has its Gandhis in several leadership...

VICK Aggarwala, the CEO of Supreme Components International (SCI), has a grand vision for his electronic components distribution company: to be a globally franchised distributor with local

The Straits Times/Asia News Network September 27th, 2015 07:04 PM SINGAPORE — For the eight years that he courted Ms. Lim Seou Lan until he married her in 1995, Jason Yeo was...

THINK BUSINESS ARTICLES

Consumer-to-consumer platforms such as eBay, Amazon and Taobao are major engines of growth in electronic commerce.In 2015 China's online retail market raked in approximately US$630 billion (S$852 billion) of sales, making it the world's largest, nearly 80 per cent higher than the US.Leading the pack of e-retailers in China is Taobao, a marketplace similar to Amazon or EBay launched in 2003 and operated by the rapidly growing Alibaba Group. Each day, Taobao sees some 728 million unique items on its...

Amid renewed signs of global economic uncertainty and slowing growth, job security will be on the minds of many.Anyone who has experienced losing a job, or knows someone who has, understands how stressful and emotionally draining the experience can be. When faced with unemployment, money worries are, understandably, topmost in an individual's mind and a prime cause of stress.But other factors also come into play that contribute to an emotional burnout associated with job loss and the pressure to find...