Singapore has enjoyed a period of impressive economic development. The success of its economic and strategic policies is reflected in the consistent gross domestic product (GDP) growth over the past few decades, the low unemployment rate and many other positive indicators.

Looking to the future, Singapore’s sustained success increasingly depends on how well all players – the state, organisations and individuals themselves – are able to grow the human capital engaged in value creation within the economy. As a small city-state, Singapore has already built capability to attract and deploy talent, but it also has the opportunity to reflect on its identities, its values and the kind of nation it wishes to be, and to ‘cultivate’ the breadth, depth and quality of its people to shape that future.

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