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  • 1. MBS Learning Journey Presentation Powerpoint Templates Page 1
  • 2. Agenda• Question• Principles of Governance• Pictures• Elaboration Powerpoint Templates Page 2
  • 3. QuestionExplain how Marina Bay Sands serve as a model to the Principles of Governance deployed to help Singapore sustain its growth in the 21st century. Powerpoint Templates Page 3
  • 4. 4 PrinciPles of Governance1. Leadership is Key2. Anticipate Change and Stay Relevant3. Reward for Work and Work for Reward4. A Stake for Everyone, Opportunities for all Powerpoint Templates Page 4
  • 5. Comments made by tourists• “Stayed 3 nights no complaints very hotel like a little ant basically. But no complaints everything good service n facilities we used. Gym very gd clean empty amazing views. Pool top of the world n views. Rooms are good rates in VIP suite n didnt see much wow or Nefing special tbh. Wifi good throughout U dont really need to leave resort with shops casino n good food court also in shopping mall. But building is really special.”
  • 6. 1. Anticipate Change and Stay Relevant- Government knew that Singapore is a country without any natural resources and could not be dependent on only a source of energy in case it runs out. Therefore, he Government anticipated this and explored ways to create different forms of energy to supply our public facilities such as the huge fan at MBS. They anticipated that many people will be using the fans during large and major events, however they do not want to waste too much electricity on the power supply. Therefore, they built solar panels on top of the structure, so the solar energy could be converted to electric energy to supply power to the fans.
  • 7. A Stake for Ever yone, Oppor tunities for all  Singaporeans were given a say, and heard by the Government. The public did not agree that we should build a casino as they were afraid of Singaporeans having gambling addictions, affecting the welfare of the people. Government tried to soothe the worries by implementing a policy, stating that Singaporeans entering the casinos will have to pay an entrance fee of $100, to dissuade them from gambling.
  • 8. Thank you for your kind attention! Free Powerpoint Templates Page 10