• BoardAgender in Business Times: Boards must address gender diversity

    The Business Times
    30 April 2014
    IN a recent article in BT, "Not the business of boards to focus on gender diversity" (BT, April 11), the president of the Securities Investors Association of Singapore David Gerald was quoted as saying that we needed "to understand the situation before we start crying foul".
  • Women under-represented on boards of SGX-listed firms

    Channel NewsAsia
    27 March 2014
    Kevin Lim
    More than half of Singapore-listed firms do not have a single female board member and little is being done to improve gender diversity at senior levels, a government-appointed task force said on Thursday.
  • New Sauder research: Women directors get better deals in mergers and acquisitions

    Sauder School of Business
    25 November 2013
    The more women on a corporate board the less a company pays for its acquisitions, according to a new study by researchers at UBC’s Sauder School of Business.
  • Sweden May Establish Quotas If Companies Don’t Hire More Female Board Members

    13 February 2014
    Bryce Covert
    Voluntary efforts from Swedish companies to boost gender diversity on their boards are moving too slowly, so the country may impose a quota requirement if numbers don’t improve this year, a government official said Wednesday.
  • The Australian Financial Review: 10 Ways to Woo Women into Leadership Roles

    2 October 2013
    Gayle Peterson
    10 Ways to Woo Women into Leadership Roles
    Women have the power to transform organisations and create a new leadership model to tackle the world’s most pressing problems – yet they are persistently under-represented in senior positions. Here are 10 things companies can do to encourage women into leadership roles. These are being discussed at Women Transforming Leadership, an executive education programme at Said Business School, University of Oxford this week.

The BoardAgender SG50 Champions of Change call on every corporate leader
to make the change for gender-balanced business in Singapore.