2011 trends: Corporate governance and woman-power

by Urs. E. Gattiker for ComMetrics, January 6th, 2011.

Things have certainly changed in the last 20 years, as growing numbers of women are rising to the top executive level and joining corporate boards.

The FT saw fit to publish a magazine about the top 50 women in business. Using a panel of ‘experts’, inclusion in the list was based on such criteria as:

    “…biographical data, size, scope and complexity of the company (including turnover and number of employees, number of sectors and countries of operations) and the competitive landscape…”
    (2010-11-17 – FT Women at the top, p. 8)

The FT organized a Women at the Top conference, put Oprah Winfrey on the cover of the 2010-12-11/12 FT Weekend Magazine, and provided more coverage to address this popular topic, with the pleasant side-effect of generating revenue for the publication.

Learn what women’s increasing participation in global economic growth and legacy of drivers of innovation means for corporate governancerisk assessment and managing public relations disasters. (continue reading… )

 

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