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New Charter magazine article on how to serve boards better by Nicholas Barnett

Insync Surveys’ CEO, Nicholas Barnett researched the views of senior directors to find out how executives can serve their boards better.

These directors came from ASX listed companies and other organisations with assets or annual turnover exceeding $500 million. Of more than 850 suggestions (from 345 directors, serving 47 boards), Charter magazine asks Nicholas to pick four of the most important.

His article “Serving the board better” appeared in the August 2012 issue of Charter magazine.

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