Khoo Kheng Hor
MBA, CertDip (Acc. & Finance), Dip. (Admin Management)
Faculty of Language & Education
Khoo Kheng-Hor a prolific author and speaker on contemporary application of the 500 BC Chinese military treatise, The Art of War, by military strategist Sun Tzu. To date, Khoo has written over 26 business and management books. In 1997, although a Malaysian citizen, he was appointed as honorary Assistant Superintendent of Police by the Singapore Police Force in recognition for his contribution as consultant-trainer to the police force of Singapore. He is also an ad-hoc trainer for the Royal Malaysian Police on special request since Sept 2004.
For 5 years (from 1995-1999), Khoo was a part-time lecturer in Strategic Management for the Singapore Institute of Management’s external Bachelor and Master Degree Courses with RMIT
University, University of London, and Henley-Brunel University.
Khoo, proficient in many languages, is an author of 29 business and management books, most of which are based on Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
He was also promoted to Deputy Superintendent of Police (equivalent to Superintendent in Malaysia) in 2009.
He is also the author of 4 novels:
(1) Taikor, which was released in 2004, and nominated for 2006 International IMPAC-Dublin Literary award;
(2) Mamasan, which was released in early 2007;
(3) Nanyang, also released in late 2007; and
(4) Sifu, which was released in late 2009 and nominated for the 2011 International IMPAC-Dublin Literary Award.