Posted by Andrew & Nada on 21st May 2012
Our study of women on the boards of the top 50 companies in each of four countries, the UK, the US, Ghana and Nigeria, found that increasing gender diversity on boards is seen as an important goal for two main reasons. First, gender diversity is believed to improve the performance and effectiveness of a board. Second, by promoting social equity, gender diversity is thought to add legitimacy to a board and so increase the motivation and loyalty of employees.
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