OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR AWARD
Associate Professor SINGH, Kulwant
PhD (University of Michigan), MBA, BBA (Hons) (NUS)
Department of Business Policy
I have learnt from my students how to teach.
Current Teaching Portfolio
- Industry & Competitive Analysis;
- Corporate Strategy;
- Microeconomics of Competitiveness.
- has developed and taught an unusually broad range of modules for the BBA, BBA (honours), MBA, Executive MBA and PhD levels resulting, on average, in the development of one new module per year;
- teaching is strongly grounded in material contextualized to Asia.
- conducts classes as seminars involving extensive discussions and case analyses;
- relates content to current industry and business trends and events;
- emphasizes the adaptation and application of theory to explain emerging business phenomena, and the use of these phenomena to challenge theory;
- published in prestigious journals such as the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Organisation Science, Journal of Management, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization;
- co-author of Strategy for Success in Asia, John Wiley, 2005;
co-author of Business Strategy in Asia: A Casebook, International Thomson, 2001, 2003 (Chinese Edition) and 2004;
- author and co-author of numerous articles in refereed journals, book chapters and conference papers in foreign language education;
- co-author of Surviving the New Millennium : Lessons from the Asian Crisis, McGraw Hill 2000, 2001 (Korean Edition).
- chief editor and Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Management (1995-2003);
- member, Editorial Board, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Organization, and Globe Journal of Flexible Systems Management.
Awards and Accolades
- Outstanding Educator Award, NUS Business School, 2004;
- University Research Achievement Award, NUS, 1997;
- Glueck Best Paper Award, Academy of Management, 1996;
- Best Paper Award, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 1991;
- Asia-Europe Chair, ASEAN European Union Management Centre, 1997.
aims to help students develop the ability to evaluate and judge for themselves, and to nurture in them the desire to do so.