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The progress in adding more women to boards has lacked momentum globally. Here are some tips from standout companies on how to take firmer action.
The tone of much public discourse on the issue of women’s representation on boards has been pessimistic of late, and understandably so, given the crawl toward gender parity in the United States. Women currently hold 19 per cent of board positions there, while in European countries such as France, Norway, and Sweden, where legislative or voluntary targets are in place, they hold more than 30 per cent.