Leading From The Jet Stream

Singapore’s corporate leadership has had a bad press of late, not least in the government-linked sector. In September 2002 a report from International Survey Research (ISR) cited Singapore’s workers as the second most “bo chap” (Hokkien for indifferent) in the world (Japan was bottom). A storm of outrage and debate erupted, local business schools and unionists sprang to the workers’ defence, and very quickly it turned into a question of blame: fingers pointed at Singapore’s managers.

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Posted by edgar on 27/03/03 at 05:58 PM | Categories: Leadership | Permalink