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Why staff turnover matters

The loss of organisational knowledge, skills and contacts associated with the loss of experienced employees has a significant impact on revenues, productivity and ...

The 6 essential ingredients of a customer centric culture

Most business-to-business (B2B) organisations talk about being customer centric. Some go further and say they have a deeply embedded culture of listening and ...

Why Purpose Matters

Why Purpose Matters: and how it can transform your organisation is the latest book by Insync CEO Nicholas Barnett, co-written with Rodney Howard.

Engaging the other half of your workforce

Part-time employees make up 31% of the Australian workforce, and an even bigger proportion (45%) of the 1.6 million people working in health and social assistance.

Is your company ready for the new Chain of Responsibility requirements?

The Chain of Responsibility (CoR) amendments to be introduced in October this year will broaden the focus on current supply chain safety obligations. Company ...

How Medibank discovered a more ambitious purpose

We chatted to Craig Drummond, who took over as Managing Director and CEO of Medibank in July 2016, about the power of purpose and why he thought

Four steps to help healthcare leaders break down silos

Insync's strategic healthcare partner Press Ganey leads the US and the world with their Patient Experience transformation solutions. This article was published by ...

The power of purpose – views from Intrepid Travel

Many organisations across Australia and the world are learning how discovering and living a new and higher order purpose can transform their organisation from the ...

Does your culture support or hinder execution of your strategy?

We've written many articles about the benefits of deliberately defining the culture you desire for your organisation and then deliberately bringing

Forget buyer beware – now it’s seller beware

We have all heard the statement caveat emptor, which means buyer beware. If you have ever bought a house or a second hand car or some other second hand item, you ...

Making a difference: How Insync created the Bushfire & Emergency Self Assessment Tool

Following 2009's catastrophic bushfires and in preparation for the next bushfire season, Insync assisted the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood ...

Endorsements of Nicholas Barnett’s book

These endorsements are included with the  Free Chapter of the book at nsbarnett.com