David de Cremer, National University of Singapore Business School

David de Cremer, National University of Singapore Business School

28 May 2020
Leadership Development in the Age of the Algorithm
The development of Artificial Intelligence promises amazing opportunities that will transform the way we work and how our organisations are run. But what exactly will that future look like? And who will take the leading role? Could our future bosses be robots? David de Cremer, Provost Chair and Founder and Director of the Centre on AI Technology for Humankind, NUS Business School, who has written a book ‘Leadership by Algorithm’ on this topic, gives clarity to these questions.

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31 January 2020
After 3.5 years, it’s finally Brexit day. What's next for the UK?
It has been a long drawn out process getting Brexit done, but today is finally the day when the UK will leave the EU. David de Cremer, Provost Chair at National University of Singapore Business School gives his analysis on what it all means for the UK moving forward, and as negotiators try to reach a trade deal, could this potentially open a more volatile chapter in the UK?

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16 January 2020
Unpacking the US-China 'Phase One' trade deal. What happens next?
In Asia Insider, Howie Lim speaks to Provost’s Chair and Professor, David De Cremer from the Department of Management and Organisation at NUS Business School about the implications of the US-China Phase One trade deal.

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29 August 2019
Is a no-deal Brexit more likely now with the UK Parliament suspension?
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has successfully asked the Queen to allow him to suspend parliament for five weeks until 14 October. David de Cremer, Provost Chair, Professor in Management and Organisation, at NUS Business School shares more about the controversy around it and also what it means for a no-deal Brexit.

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28 May 2019
European Elections Analysis
Europe’s mainstream parties took a knock during the European elections, as populist parties gained ground. David de Cremer, Provost's Chair and Professor at NUS Business School shares more about the recent highlights and takeaways from the European elections.

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11 Apr 2019
Brexit Update: 11 April 2019
EU officials have granted the UK a Brexit extension until October 31st. David De Cremer, Provost's Chair and Professor at NUS Business School shares his analysis on what happens next in the Brexit saga

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