Professor Sumit Agarwal has been conferred the Outstanding Researcher Award at the University Awards on 29 April 2016. This award is bestowed on faculty based on their overall impact and strong research track record.More »
Traditional approaches to service improvement often don’t work. They are fragmented, incremental, and based on faulty assumptions about the true nature of service. Companies try these approaches again and again, and while they may enjoy temporary surges of improvement, people run out of steam and the improvement dies.More »
Assistant Professor Wenlan Qian from the Department of Finance has published numerous studies in top journals over the past two years. Recently, she was nominated to serve as a fellow of the Homer Hoyt Weimer School of Advanced Studies in Real Estate and Land Economics.More »
Professor Remus Ilies from the Department of Management and Organisation has research published or accepted for publication in top tier journals. Remus’ research addresses issues that are highly relevant for organisations and society.More »
Professor Allaudeen Hameed from the Department of Finance has published extensively in influential finance journals. In 2015 alone, he had five papers published, or accepted for publication in Journal of Financial Economics(JFE), Review of Financial Studies(RFS) and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis(JFQA).More »
Since he was a young boy, Adjunct Associate Professor Goh Puay Guan has always been passionate about piecing together the big picture. Today, he is fortunate to be able to apply his passion to work; piecing together supply chain puzzles to form the big picture.More »
by Assoc Prof Marleen Dieleman
Publication Date: 23/09/2016
In 2016, the oldest member of the family business The Ong Group was concerned about the ailing...
by Ms Parul Purwar and Prof Andrew Karl Delios
Publication Date: 27/09/2016
In 2015, Nintendo—the iconic Japanese video game company—was faced with the decade-long challenge of responding to an...
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)...
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...
Michael Frese from the Department of Management & Organisation has won the ‘Dedication to Entrepreneurship' Award from the Academy of Management. This award honours individuals and organisations that have significantly advanced the development and visibility of entrepreneurship.
Michael studies organisational behaviour, particularly the predictors of personal initiative and the psychological success factors of entrepreneurs. He was previously awarded the Greif Award for the most influential entrepreneurship publication by the Academy of Management for his research on how entrepreneurial practices and behaviour within firms influence business performance.