The youngest is aged 34.
Descriptions of a good mentor may vary from being able to lead by example to maintaining a good reputation for developing others. In this list of business professors under 40, Singapore Business Review particularly looked into one particular characteristic - willingness to share skills, knowledge and expertise in any medium with intent to inspire or bring influence. As American author William Arthur Ward puts it, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”
It was a daunting task as our channel checks with some of the city's top business schools reveal that extraordinary young business professors are very rare in an industry dominated by seasoned experts.
Chosen by their schools and colleagues, these young teachers are rising stars, both in the classroom and in cutting edge research. They are authors of significant publications and are most sought after speakers in various forums.
The list is arranged according to age.
|Singapore Business Review calls nominations for 40 and under most promising/influential business people. Do you exhibit exemplary leadership and influence in your respective industry, or know anyone who does? Send a message to Lee Anne Babierra at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
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