Issues churning at NUS Business School
The Today paper reported about issues churning at NUS Business School that involve mainly its Dean.
Reading the article I get the impression that Prof Earley thinks that he can spend the school's funds as he sees fit and then justify it later.
This is consistent with the modus operandi of many other "foreign talents" that we have hired in Singapore.
Was the TV commercial for the NUS Business School well received? Nope it was not.
I wonder whether all this money spending achieves anything besides putting a smile of satisfaction on the "foreign talent" who spends it?
It is sad that in Singapore we value these non-performing foreign talents who have reputations that flatter their true worth to our country.