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Corp governance through humour, cartoons

Mak Yuen Teen says upcoming book may be fun but serious message won't be lost; 'superhero' sequel being planned
Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 05:50
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LIVENING THINGS UP The cartoons in the book 'Directors Daze: The Lighter Side of Corporate Governance' show the authors' thoughts on a variety of corporate governance and other related subjects with a 'soft and appealing coating of humour', but with a 'hard centre'
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LIVENING THINGS UP The cartoons in the book 'Directors Daze: The Lighter Side of Corporate Governance' show the authors' thoughts on a variety of corporate governance and other related subjects with a 'soft and appealing coating of humour', but with a 'hard centre'
BT_20141011_MQCARTOON11RASK_1314415.jpg
LIVENING THINGS UP The cartoons in the book 'Directors Daze: The Lighter Side of Corporate Governance' show the authors' thoughts on a variety of corporate governance and other related subjects with a 'soft and appealing coating of humour', but with a 'hard centre'

Singapore

CORPORATE governance may be a weighty subject, but one of Singapore's most vocal and prominent advocates of it believes there is room to get the message across with a lighter touch.

Associate professor Mak Yuen Teen from the NUS Business School has decided to convey his

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