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The Social Service Sector Needs Long-Term Investments, Not Just Short-Term Fixes

The National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) is right to argue that Singapore’s ecosystem of volunteerism and philanthropy needs improvement, but we need long-term investments, not short-term fixes such as skills-based volunteerism or micro-volunteering activities. And as an intermediary, the NVPC has more critical roles to play too. Continue reading

Throwback: The Indefatigable Martha Choe

Former Chief Administrative Officer of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Martha Choe, visited the business school in 2015, and I teased out five interesting viewpoints pertaining to her work at the foundation during the question-and-answer segment, after her sharing. Continue reading

Performance Measurement And Management Of Non-Profits In Singapore: How At-Risk Youth And Eldercare Non-Profits Measure And Manage Performance

An executive summary of my dissertation, which looked at the performance measurement and management of non-profits in Singapore, with a focus on the non-profits which worked with at-risk youth and in eldercare. Perspectives were gathered through first-hand, semi-structured interviews with 16 organisations. Continue reading

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