What Board Directors Really Think of Gender Quotas

What Board Directors Really Think of Gender Quotas

More than a decade ago, countries in Europe began to take measures to increase the gender diversity of their corporate boards. Norway was the first to adopt a quota for female board members (40%) in 2004. Other nations followed suit – adopting either mandatory quotas (Germany, France, Belgium, Iceland, Italy) or voluntary goals (Austria, Finland, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, the UK), with goals for female representation ranging from 25% to 40%.

Click here to read this article on www.hbr.org

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Science and Technology: Action Grid

Why Diverse Teams Are Smarter

Why Diverse Teams Are Smarter