Women in the boardroom: International Governance Stocktake
This international governance stocktake examines the status of women on boards from a truly international perspective with comparable data from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe. The insights reveal that the last decade has seen an improvement in board gender diversity but the change is slow and patchy. Most success has been in statutory boards in countries where there is political will for change.
Explore the key questions in the report:
- What have been the successes and setbacks?
- What opportunities and challenges have emerged?
- What are the main drivers of success and the way forward?
- What are the leadership characteristics needed to achieve change?
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