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Disruption needs to be viewed in a new light

Speakers at BT Forum say disruption is inevitable, and embracing it is better than playing catch up later
Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 05:50

Disruption is inevitable; it is not a choice, but a necessity, and how people handle it depends on what they choose to do about it, said Pang Kin Keong, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Transport.


DISRUPTION is not just about breaking things apart. It is about putting things together, and the concept implies that there is underlying innovation going on.

This shift in the way people need to think about disruption came through from the views offered by panellists and

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