Wong Poh Kam
Wong Poh Kam is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Asia School of Business and Emeritus Professor at the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. He has published extensively in numerous international refereed journals on innovation policy, industrial and competitiveness policy, and technology entrepreneurship.
He has also consulted widely on innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem development policies for various international agencies, including the World Bank and Asian Development Bank, and government agencies in Singapore, including the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Economic Development Board and the Ministry of Law, as well as private corporations in Asia. In addition, he was also the Director of the NUS Entrepreneurship Centre from August 2001 to July 2019.
Prof Wong was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley, a visiting scholar at Stanford University, a senior visiting scholar at Oxford University, and a Pacific Leadership Fellow at the University of California San Diego. Before joining academia, he was an entrepreneur and has been an active angel investor in more than a dozen tech startups in Singapore, Silicon Valley and China.
He received a Public Administration Medal (Silver) from the Singapore Government in 2013 and the “Entrepreneur for the World” Award (Educator Category) from the World Entrepreneurship Forum in 2015.
He obtained his PhD (Regional Planning), BSc and MSc from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
Wednesday 15th March
Masterclass 1: Closing the Intention-Behavior Gap for Climate Actions: Insights from the Psychological Science
Assistant Professor in Organizational Behavior
Masterclass 2: Supply Chain Adaptability
Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Masterclass 3: Purpose-Driven Business Model Innovation
WONG POH KAM
Distinguished Visiting Professor at Asia School of Business, Emeritus Professor at the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore