Professor Hum Sin Hoon Appointed as Independent Director to the Board of Tembusu Partners
Tembusu Partners is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof Hum Sin Hoon as independent director joining the Board of Tembusu Partners with effect from 23 January 2013.
Prof Hum is currently the Deputy Dean of the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School. He had earlier served as the Dean of the NUS Business School and in between, he served as the co-Executive Dean of the NUS-Fudan University Joint Graduate School that was being set up in Suzhou, China.
Prior to joining NUS, Prof Hum worked as a Systems Engineer in the Ministry of Defence and participated in several studies aimed at optimizing the use of various training resources and systems. He has also conducted executive teaching and served as a consultant to many public and private organizations, particularly in the areas of Balanced Scorecard design and implementation, Supply Chain Management, and Operations Research application. Prof Hum’s most current work is in the area of building collaboration, as in his recently published book entitled Zheng He’s Art of Collaboration.
Prof Hum obtained his B. Commerce and B. Engineering (Hons) as a Colombo Plan Scholar from the University of Newcastle, Australia and holds a PhD in Production/Operations Management from the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
Welcoming Prof Hum to his first board meeting on 6 May 2013, Andy Lim, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Tembusu Partners commented, “We are delighted to welcome Prof Hum to our board. Prof Hum’s original research insights and deep consulting experience will be of tremendous value to Tembusu Partners as an independent director.”
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