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Culture

The business case for gender diversity

Despite 40 years focusing on equal opportunity and diversity initiatives, most organisations continue to have very low levels of representation of women in senior ...

Be intentional about the culture you desire

Organisations can let their cultures emerge and drift or they can be very intentional and deliberate about how they form and shape them. In a low growth economy it's ...

Prominent business leaders reflect on the 7 Business Habits

Prominent business leaders reflect on the 7 Business Habits

Financials shouldn’t be the only KPIs

Cash flow is the lifeblood of business. Without it they die. We can't achieve cash inflow over a sustained period unless businesses are profitable. This is why most ...

Transforming your culture? Why innovation and productivity can’t be friends

"We're 18 months into our culture transformation project and we want to know whether we're getting there," said the CEO, looking at me quite earnestly. ...

Being valued is the burning point for local government employees

Like most industries, the local government sector carries some unique management and employee challenges such as clearly communicating the organisation's strategies ...

Is your culture designed to achieve success?

Insync Surveys believes that boards, CEOs and leadership teams of organisations have a responsibility to be very deliberate about the way they define, guide, form ...

How flexible work arrangements can help retain your top talent

Flexible work arrangements are common these days amongst high performing organisations and with good reason. Having flexible work arrangements in place can help ...

Why customers shouldn’t be number one

It's a common saying among organisations that the customer is always number one. Others emphasise the point by saying that the customer should be number one, two and ...

Tony Abbott shines light on gender diversity

The fact that Australia has only one female MP in the newly formed 19 person cabinet shines a massive light on the issue of female underrepresentation, not only in ...

Whatever it takes?

Essendon Football Club proudly displayed its 2013 slogan  Whatever it takes until February 2013 - only a few months after they launched it to their employers, ...

Tackling unconscious bias

Unconscious bias has been referred to in the press quite a lot lately but what it actually is, how it works and what it takes to change it is not widely understood. ...