Straits Times Article Features AmCham’s NextGen Program

Rapid evolution of the world’s economies has raised questions on the role of business schools and business associations in developing future business leaders. In a recent article, The Straits Times highlights AmCham Singapore’s Next Generation of Business Leadership (NextGen) program as an example in nurturing leaders with the agility and acumen required to succeed in today’s fast-changing economies.


AmCham’s NextGen program is a special series targeted at developing AmCham members’ future leaders. Sponsored by the Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific, it combines conversational opportunities with senior executives from top multinational companies, seminars targeting key areas for successful career development, and networking sessions with other professionals to help sharpen the participants’ business views and expand their professional networks.


“To think critically, especially through foresight and scenario planning, helps participants go beyond their business environment and analyse the impacts of the various drivers of change in a global context,” says Ann Yom Steel, Executive Director of AmCham Singapore.


Read the entire Straits Times article here.






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