by Harriet Minter Oct 29, 2015 theguardian.com —
Lord Davies promised 25% of FTSE100 board positions would be held by women by 2015, and has exceeded this. So why aren’t we celebrating?
The final report from Lord Davies on women on boards is a good one. The target of 25% has been, if not quite smashed, at least cracked. Women now hold 26% of FTSE100 board positions. Targets, not quotas, have won the day. So why do the celebrations seem a little muted? read more...
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