by Karsten Strauss www.forbes.com April 16, 2016 —
Earlier this year a report from The Peterson Institute for International Economics asserted that when a company employs women in leadership positions it can expect an increase in profitability. Other studies on the subject came to similar conclusions.
But women also improve firms’ social performance and social responsibility.
According to a newly released analysis of 87 independent studies from over 20 countries, these finding hold true for corporations with women on the boards of directors—as long as their input is taken seriously. read more...