Inclusion

When Women Rank High, Firms Profit

Data suggesting that firms that promote women to senior management positions have superior economic performance because of the different skills women bring to the table.
 

URL: 
http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/ideasatwork/feature/137194/When+women+rank+high,+firms+profit?&layout=cbs_print&top.region=main

Quiet Revolutions: Postcolonial Women's Writings and Structures of Solidarity

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02/16/2010

Alison Donnell

This talk offers a new reading of postcolonial women's writings. The conventional model since the 1980s has been to emphasize issues of silence and invisibility, the desire for voice and narrative space, and self-representation as a form of empowerment and transformation. What is often eclipsed as a result is a valuable political ethic based on coalition and solidarity with oppressed and marginalized figures.

Women in the Boardroom 2008: Annual Study of Georgia Public Companies

For sixteen years, BDN has been gathering data for this annual study to measure the representation of women in the boardrooms of public companies with headquarters based in Georgia.
 

URL: 
http://boarddirectorsnetwork.org/docs/2008_study.pdf

Critical Mass: Does the Number of Women on a Corporate Board Make a Difference?

A study on women corporate board members that demonstrate the importance of numbers in how women leaders view themselves and how others view them.
 

URL: 
http://books.google.com/books?id=KlfsSp9XcFsC&pg=PA222&lpg=PA222&dq=%22Critical+Mass:+Does+the+Number+of+Women+on+a+Corporate+Board+Make+a+Difference%3F%22&source=bl&ots=wI30hErNVw&sig=c8RNwWQJtLkB75yAeWedopRxhak&hl=en&ei=KrlxSqDuNoOHtgeDt6SNBA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1#v=onepage&q=%22Critical%20Mass%3A%20Does%20the%20Number%20of%20Women%20on%20a%20Corporate%20Board%20Make%20a%20Difference%3F%22&f=false

Top Women Tip the Scales

Evidence of a link between the bottom line and women at the top is growing, with McKinsey research showing better-than-average financial performance by European companies with the highest performance of women in influential leadership roles. The report, launched at the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society in Deauville, France, finds these companies do better than their sector in terms of return on equity, operating result, and shared price growth.
 

URL: 
http://www.mckinsey.com/locations/paris/home/womenmatter/pdfs/Press_Clipping_Women.pdf

Women Matter: Gender Diversity, a Corporate Performance Driver

A study that shows with a higher proportion of women in top management, a company may perform better.
 

URL: 
http://www.mckinsey.com/locations/swiss/news_publications/pdf/women_matter_english.pdf

The Difference: How the Power of Diversity Creates Better Groups, Firms, Schools and Societies

The Difference reveals that progress and innovation may depend less on lone thinkers with enormous IQs than on diverse people working together and capitalizing on their individuality. Page shows how groups that display a range of perspectives outperform groups of like-minded experts.
 

URL: 
http://press.princeton.edu/titles/8353.html

2007 Michigan Women’s Leadership Index

The Michigan Women’s Leadership Index (WLI) is a data-based instrument used to measure the presence of women executives in the highest leadership positions of the top 100 publicly-held companies headquartered in Michigan (Index 100). Research shows that women directors’ and women executives’ presence and advancement are independent of one another, and that there is more hope for increasing the number of women executives than increasing the number of women board members.
 

Passport to Equality

The Passport to Equality is a document that presents, explains, and reproduces the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in the form of a personal passport.
 

URL: 
http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001475/147507e.pdf

Critical Mass on Corporate Boards: Why Three or More Women Enhance Governance

Does it matter to corporate governance whether women serve on a board? If so, does it make a difference how many women serve? Is there a critical mass that can bring significant change to the boardroom and improve corporate governance?

URL: 
http://www.wcwonline.org/pdf/CriticalMassExecSummary.pdf
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