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10 August 2018
Where Is The Anger And Creativity For The Future? AT A TIME of confusion and growing innovation, businesses old and new are facing up to change and challenges. Panelists at Keep It Going: By Design organised by STORM.SG spoke on...
THE BEST person to talk to you about a crisis is someone who can walk his talk. At the inaugural Behind The Scenes series by STORM.SG, Patrick Nathan spoke about the challenges he faced during his time at SMRT and the...
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What we read in the mainstream media isn’t necessarily felt on the ground. At this year’s Keep It Going, the discussion was on the headwinds we are facing. There was more concern apparent than is often expressed openly.  By Kannan...
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15 December 2015
Being a minority can be turned into an advantage in a global organisation. All you have to do is turn on the charm for 5% of the time, says author, trainer, and consultant Stephen Krempl at STORM magazine’s Keep It...
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23 January 2015
A discussion on how to stay relevant and interested in learning throughout life. Learning is an ongoing process, whether we are aware of it or not. Be it a formal course of study, or things picked up in the course...
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28 October 2014
STORM magazine’s annual significant powwow brought together an eclectic mix of speakers and thinkers at Keep It Going: The Next Big Thing. By Thusitha de Silva The world is changing so quickly these days that it is good to occasionally pause and...
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8 December 2014
Game To Play By Roland Ong, Founder IAHGames Roland Ong looks to China as a land of opportunity. Having made a huge success of World Of Warcraft he is on the cusp of launching a new product that will allow...
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6 December 2014
If big data is cascading into our lives, how can we absorb what is relevant? Panelists of the Byte Into It discussion of Keep It Going: The Next Big Thing throw up opportunities and challenges. By Thusitha de Silva One of...
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Keeping The Knives Sheathed by Thusitha de Silva How do family businesses Keep It Going? How can they avoid the dreaded 4Ds that lurk, ready to pounce?  Keeping It All In The Family…? brought onstage members of family businesses in...
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8 December 2013
A chef, an eater and a farmer walk into a hawker centre, and they don’t like what they see. They see conglomerate-owned sublet stalls draining profits from the independent mee pok man, hawker family trees getting uprooted, and people who...
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