The world has changed: companies have created empires without borders, as countries are building nation brands. Cities like Singapore and London have become beacons of innovation. In the new connected world, defined by the sharing economy yet split by ideological divisions, companies, countries, communities and cities are learning to cope and adapt, as they strive to deliver value, wealth, well being, and prosperity for their stakeholders.
The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore is partnering Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing and payments platform, to offer a 5-day executive programme that serves to seed progressive, long-term thinking on city planning and development, which takes into account the spirit and “heart-ware” of the city. Participants will interact with leading experts from around the world in exploring innovations and strategies for tapping the power of stakeholders from all walks of life to foster urban excellence.