Karamjit Singh reflects on the key takeaways for him from DNA’s inaugural What’s Next conference, and makes a subtle plug for next year’s event.
It has been a week of ‘2s’ for Karamjit Singh as he talks about the two leadership changes DNA wrote about, and two abuses of power, with one striking very close to the heart for him.
Google Malaysia was the only technology company in a recent survey by online recruitment portal JobStreet.com on the top companies Malaysian employees want to work for, and why. DNA speaks to a Google Malaysia senior executive to find out what's so special about its work culture.
The founder of MyTeksi (known as GrabTaxi regionally) Anthony Tan has received the Technopreneur Excellence Award at the Pikom ICT Leadership Awards (PILA) organised by the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom).
Pikom has announced that its annual Pikom Leadership Summit will take place Sept 17 at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral.
The 17th DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel session, with the theme 'Leadership lessons from startups,' saw our three panellists sharing their secrets and regrets, writes A. Asohan in the second of two parts.
The 17th DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion, on the topic 'Leadership lessons from startups,' saw more than its usual share of brutal honesty and heartfelt learnings, writes A. Asohan.
The 17th instalment of Disrupt brings us up close and personal with the leadership and management challenges startups face as they try to run as fast as possible to gain traction, and attract talent and money.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh ponders the movie Jobs, and wonders if he should pick up 'ruthless leadership' lessons from the Apple Inc cofounder ... or Captain Jean-Luc Picard!
In last week's Disrupt panel discussion, one of the key points that DNA founder Karamjit Singh took away was that startups and even mature tech companies are ignoring the value of having retired executives as advisors or on their boards.