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Singapore National Values Assessment (NVA) 2015

How 2,000 Singapore residents (Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents) define the Singapore Society and their workplace, and how they envision them to be.

The 2015 Singapore National Values Assessment (NVA) is a survey of the perceptions of 2,000 Singapore residents (Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents), conducted between March and June 2015 by aAdvantage Consulting Group & Barrett Values Centre. The survey recognises the values and behaviours that best describe the respondents at a personal level. It also examined their definition of the Singapore society and their workplace, as well as what they desire for them to be going forward.

The survey results were released on 23 July 2015 at a closed door discussion organised by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) where two panellists and around 30 participants analysed the findings and discussed the differences between how respondents perceived and what they desired to see in the Singapore society today. The same was discussed with regard to the Singapore workplace. The information presented at this session by Phil Clothier, CEO of Barrett Values Centre, can be downloaded upon completion of the form below. You are free to share these slides within the guidelines of the Terms of Use specified in the slides. Please attribute the study to aAdvantage Consulting.

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