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Deciphering SingPost's governance review report

In future, the company should pick only consultants that provide practical advice and write reports that can be understood.

SingPost should now prioritise sourcing for new directors with the required competencies who do not have full-time employment.

THE long-awaited report on the corporate governance review of Singapore Post (SingPost) by the consulting firm Heidrick & Struggles was finally published on July 4.

A recent Straits Times report (July 5) quoted me as saying that "I think that implementing the recommendations . . .