Women On Corporate Boards Face Gender-Specific Obstacles

See on Scoop.it – Performance On Boards Women make up a small share of officers on corporate boards: in 2012, women held just over 10 percent of seats around the globe. A new survey of the women who do make it onto boards reveals some of the barriers that they still face at the top.…

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The “Glass ceiling” is cracked but not yet broken! | Leading Boards

See on Scoop.it – Performance On Boards Maile Carnegie, Google Australia Director, Amy Hood, CFO at Microsoft, Marissa Mayer, President and CEO of Yahoo, Sheryl Sandberg, CEO of Facebook… Progress has been achieved in corporate governance diversity practices and we can notice cracks in the glass ceiling but still, in 2013, women only account for 10.5%…

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Gender diversity boosts company shares – FT.com

See on Scoop.it – Performance On Boards The under-representation of women at senior levels in companies continues to divide opinion, with Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, facing a revolt by women parliamentarians over statutory quotas for women on boards and Viviane Reding, EU… See on www.ft.com

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In the Boardroom: Is Dimon’s grip on JPMorgan slipping?

See on Scoop.it – Performance On Boards May 13 – Jamie Dimon’s future as chairman of JPMorgan looks uncertain, as fund First Super calls for the roles of CEO & chair to be split. Lucy Marcus gives … Helen Forlani‘s insight: By separating the roles, there will be more positions availalble for women! See on…

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