Board Monitor Brazil 2020

Most corporate boards in the 15 countries Heidrick & Struggles study made some progress in adding new members with diverse backgrounds and skills. In Brazil, for example, 60% of directors joined the board of a company in a different industry than the one they work in day-to-day. Many boards around the world also continued to…

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Board Monitor Singapore 2020

In Heidrick and Struggles latest report Singaporean boards in 2019 exhibited a strong preference for new directors with previous corporate governance experience, as well as those with experience in business services or financial risk expertise. Progress for women continued to be slow, and the majority of seats went to people from Singapore.

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Shattering the Bamboo Ceiling: Addressing Asian American Under–Representation in the C-Suite

In this paper, Russell Reynolds examine new research on Asia-based and US-based leadership styles to better understand the range of expected C-suite behaviors across different cultures. Using proprietary psychometric data for nearly 1,200 executives, they take a quantitative approach to pinpoint where differences lie and what they signify about an executive’s ability to be successful.…

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Board Monitor Europe 2020

Heidrick and Struggles studied corporate boards in the 15 countries to see what progress was made in adding new members with new backgrounds and skills: from different countries and regions, functions, age groups, ethnicities, and genders. This increased diversity should help boards make better decisions, even though, due to COVID-19, the situation facing all companies…

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Board Monitor Canada 2020

Financial expertise and gender diversity were top priorities for boards as they nominated new directors to help them meet increasing demands; they will need all that expertise and diversity, and more, to thrive in 2020, according to this report from Heidrick & Struggles.

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Board Monitor US 2020

Proven expertise and increased diversity were top priorities for Fortune 500 boards as they nominated new directors to help meet growing responsibilities and new challenges, and these boards will need more of both to succeed in 2020, according to this report from Heidrick & Struggles.

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Decrypting Diversity: Diversity & Inclusion in Cyber Security

This is a joint report between the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and KPMG UK, supported by Professor Nick Jennings, Vice-Provost (Research and Enterprise) of Imperial College London. It is the first in an annual series that will benchmark and track levels of diversity and inclusion in the cyber security industry.The report’s aim is to…

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DAX 30 – RRA Management Board Study 2020

Over the past ten years, Russell Reynolds Associates has conducted an annual board survey, which examines the supervisory boards of the constituent companies of the DAX 30 index. This year they additionally focused on an analysis of the management boards of DAX 30 companies, examining trends in diversity, tenure and experience.

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Diversity wins: How inclusion matters

The third report in a McKinsey series investigating the business case for diversity, Diversity Wins, shows not only that the business case remains robust but also that the relationship between diversity on executive teams and the likelihood of financial outperformance has strengthened over time.

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State-of-Play: European Board Diversity

Legislative bodies are addressing concerns from investors as they realise the importance of having a balanced board in terms of gender, age, skills and expertise, for better decision-making, according to a recent report – State of Play: European Board Diversity which examines gender and age diversity in Europe over the last two years.

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