1994 alumnus TAN Jing Hee reflects on his time at Henley Business School
Tell us about the fondest memory you have of your time with us.
My fondest memories of my time studying come from the few occasions I spent at Henley residences, researching library resources, meeting my supervisors and generally soaking in the Henley learning atmosphere.
Who from Henley would you say had the greatest impact on you – could be faculty, contemporary or other. And why?
Definitely my doctoral supervisors, Prof David Birchall and Prof Arthur Money. They gave up their time generously and provided much needed quality academic advice.Read more
Looking ahead just 3 years, name one of the biggest changes and challenges you think business in your part of the world will face.
To find new sources of wealth creation through innovations, given our lack of resources other than human talent.
Now look ahead 30 years, and name how you would like Henley Business School to look at 100.
Incorporate an innovations incubation test-bed to spawn and trial new technologies in management and leadership of knowledge intensive communities.
We're now in the year 2085, 70 years from now, name one way in which the world will have changed.
The majority of humans in developed societies will live beyond 100 years in good health and engaged in life-long learning.