Write Editions aims to publish books that illuminate minds and enrich souls. Every Write Editions book is distinguished by contents that address the day’s most relevant concerns, and bolstered by the finest editorial, design and production quality.

Differentiation
The age of disruption has arrived – fast and furious. Technological advances have revolutionised the global economy in ways not envisaged, engendering major established and traditional industries to wobble and slide. In Differentiation, Dr Wilson Chew underlines the imperatives for companies to differentiate – in order to create value and win – through a series of compelling strategies, bold innovation and perceptive branding. Read more  
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Leading Reform
As the prime mover of the prison reform in Singapore that brought down the prison population from more than 18,000 to fewer than 13,000 between 2002 and 2006, author Chua Chin Kiat draws on his experience of transforming the Singapore Prison Service. Leaders in the public, people and private sectors will benefit from the step-by-step guide and leadership perspectives of the author in this book. Read more
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The Chronicler
In this collective journal, author Koh Chye Hock opens the window of his mind as he distills for readers what he believes constitutes a purposeful, meaningful life, based on his 35 years of observing his own life, and others’. Succinct, perspicuous and provocative, the rich array of 225 aphorisms – on life valleys, plains and highlands – will set you thinking, contemplating and envisioning about your own life, and what it could potentially be. Read more
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Start and Grow Your Business Successfully
The pains and gains of an entrepreneur’s journey are palpable. But how can you strive to start and grow your business that yields more gains and less pains? Author Tan Tat Jin shares his vast experience in consulting work for businesses big and small, his insights on what makes a business tick, as well as his own entrepreneurial path spanning over three decades. This book provides readers with invaluable understanding on why some businesses thrive and why some fail. Read more
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Boardroom Matters Vol. III
What can directors do to avoid conflicts of interest? What is the value and pitfalls of having an executive committee? How can boards ensure that their companies will survive and even thrive amidst digital disruption? Boardroom Matters Volume III: Towards Effective Boards features 50 articles that range from age-old issues of directorship such as director independence to more contemporaneous topics such as digital disruption.
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Boardroom Matters Vol. II
Corporate governance is a highly topical subject. It should concern anyone involved in a company since good corporate governance is important for corporate performance. This second volume takes off from where the first left off [from Volume I]. Each article in this collection stands on its own, and collectively reflect the crucial dual roles of boards: ensuring conformance with the rules of the operating environment, and performance of the company in the longer term. Read more
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Boardroom Matters
Boardroom Matters
Does good corporate governance really benefit a company’s valuation? Why should an honest mistake made by a director be a crime? These and many other questions on the various facets of corporate governance and directorship are addressed in this important book “Boardroom Matters”.  Essential reading for directors and corporate leaders. Read more
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Remote-Entrepreneurship
remote-Entrepreneurship™ marks a seminal contribution in the evolving field of entrepreneurship. Evidence-based and market-tested, the concept, model and strategy of r-entrepreneurship™ is set to help scores of people and aspiring entrepreneurs overcome their fear and dilemma of leaping from a stable corporate life to starting a business. With r-entrepreneurship, one can start a successful business without having to leave his or her job. Read more
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Colours of Ageing
This book explores the mind of a generation who survived the Second World War and witnessed the dramatic rise of Singapore from third world to first. A distillate of five epidemiological studies, this book is written from a longitudinal perspective, viewed through the lens of time by a doctor, who conducted the research with his team. The 30 years of research on the mental health of the Singapore elderly is a tapestry of myriad colours of people from different ethnicities, cultures and social hierarchies. Read More
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Social Payoff
Social Payoff
Many businesses get on social media just because they want to be on the bandwagon. With the fast-changing nature of social media, most businesses forget to set clear objectives and have already spent lots of money on advertising to get fans and plenty of engagement. Yet, such results are not leading to a positive impact on the bottom-lines of businesses. With the most measurable and cutting-edge strategies inside, Social Payoff tells you how to reach customers effectively and how to build valuable relationships that will shape the future of your business. With this book, you will discover how to: • Plan your social media strategy to increase sales and cultivate customers’ trust and loyalty • Find your potential customers on the social web and to connect with them • 24 metrics to measure social media ROI effectively. Attract digital influencers and champions to build your reach and gain attention quickly. Read More
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Find My Voice
Finding My Voice
Young, newly married, hotshot hotel executive Emily "had a seat in the northward bound express career train" when she woke up one morning to discover that she suddenly lost control of her voice due to Spasmodic Dysphonia, a rare voice disorder. A deeply personal memoir, Finding My Voice is a book for anyone who has encountered fear, despair and loss of identity and self-worth in their lives. It is a story to inspire others to have the hope that, when one door closes, another opens – to see new possibilities in life when you choose to be thankful for what you already have. Read More
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The Happy Student
The Happy Student
Are you a happy, motivated student? Or do you drag yourself to class every morning? In The Happy Student, Daniel Wong describes the five key steps you need to take in order to become a happy, fulfilled, and successful student. Daniel scored straight A’s all through college but he didn’t find fulfillment in his achievements until he discovered the five steps. If you’re a student and have begun to question what the true purpose of education is, The Happy Student will lead you to the right answer. If you’re a teacher or parent, you’ll find inspirational ideas in The Happy Student to help your students and children become intrinsically motivated. Read More
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