Describes the actions taken by the Government of Singapore for the country to survive and thrive after it achieved its independence in the late 1960s. Recognizing that its small size, limited natural resources, but excellent location it is placed in a weak position, the Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, a defined vision for the country as an information, trading and business hub for Southeast Asia. This case describes the development of the vision, organization and IT infrastructure in Singapore … Read more »

Describes the actions taken by the Government of Singapore for the country to survive and thrive after it achieved its independence in the late 1960s. Recognizing that its small size, limited natural resources, but excellent location it is placed in a weak position, the Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, a defined vision for the country as an information, trading and business hub for Southeast Asia. This case describes the development of the vision, organization and IT infrastructure in Singapore tries to expand its influence and reach beyond their national borders.
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Lynda M. Applegate
Neo Boon Siong,
John King,
Carin-Isabel Knoop
Source: Harvard Business School
30 pages.
Release date: 06 October 1995. Prod #: 196012-PDF-ENG
Singapore Unlimited: Building the National Information Infrastructure HBR case solution