Van Anh, head of education at the British Council Vietnam, shares her view on Vietnam’s education system, and how to promote equity in the field.
“For VinFast, the vision was a better future—so the cars we design and create are just part of that bigger vision,” said VinFast’s Global CEO Le Thi Thu Thuy.
The adoption of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria in private enterprises is a driver of innovation and new opportunities, creating long-term value for business and society.
Despite the impacts of the Terra Luna collapse and billions of crypto stolen by hackers this year, the growth of responsible innovation in the crypto industry is unlikely to be stopped, said Joshua Foo, Regional Director of Chainalysis ASEAN and Central Asia.
Verena Siow, president and managing director of SAP Southeast Asia sees Vietnamese SME leaders as those with great aspirations, who understand the power of technology, and who are hungry for new opportunities.
To prevent employee disengagement, absenteeism, and attrition due to their burnout with such signs as fatigue, apathy about work, and headaches, employers must proactively address these challenges by creating a safe space, encouraging staff to share their mental health struggles, and providing support to help them overcome these challenges.
Many labor-intensive manufacturers in Vietnam are looking to improve their internal working regulations (IWR) in a lean approach with a view to reducing waste while maintaining or even increasing values.
ESG (environment, social, and governance) commitment and capabilities – and going in-depth into the market forces that are driving sustainable investments form one of the four megatrends in ASEAN, said Ng Jiak See, Deloitte Asia Pacific Financial Advisory Leader.
While an overwhelming majority of chief finance officers (CFO) in Southeast Asia recognize the need to transform key areas of their finance functions to navigate the complexities of the new normal, many have yet to begin their transformation journey.
Blockchain is essentially a knife. If used correctly, it can help to make delicious meals that both the chef and the customers enjoy. On the contrary, that knife can become a weapon that harms many people.
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