06 Aug 2018
ISCA CEO, Mr Lee Fook Chiew, was quoted in The Business Times on the question of "As the country turns 53, what do you think is one trait that Singapore society should cultivate more of?" This is what he has to share:
Rapid technological changes have transformed the way we way we live, work and play today. Disruptive technologies will continue to unfold on many fronts and the list of “next big things” will grow even longer. While not all emerging technology will change our social or economic landscape in Singapore, many will have the potential to disrupt the status quo. This requires a mindset change of citizens and businesses who are users of technology in different ways, to embrace technological changes and be nimble in adapting to new emerging trends. It is important for our society to cultivate a culture of lifelong learning and continuous pursuit of new ways to advance and innovate. This will enable us to stay ahead of the curve and be prepared to ride the digital wave when the opportunity arises. - Lee Fook Chiew, Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA)
This article was first published in "Views From the Top" in The Business Times on 6 August 2018.
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