Reports

These reports from various organisations cover issues and best practices on the topic of women in senior management and in the boardroom, as well as provide gender gap statistics.

You may select to view data for the following annual archives:

  • MCKINSEY: WOMEN MATTER: GENDER DIVERSITY, A CORPORATE PERFORMANCE DRIVER

    The study suggests that the companies where women are most strongly represented at board or top-management level are also the companies that perform best.

  • MCKINSEY: WOMEN MATTER 2008: FEMALE LEADERSHIP, A COMPETITIVE EDGE FOR THE FUTURE

    Once again advocating for more women in management positions, Women Matter 2 defines clear course of action to develop gender and leadership diversity in business organizations.

  • CATALYST: ENGAGING MEN IN GENDER INITIATIVES: WHAT CHANGE AGENTS NEED TO KNOW

    Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives is a series about men. When it comes to diversity and inclusion efforts — especially initiatives to eliminate gender bias—Catalyst believes that men have a critical role to play. Yet too often men are an untapped resource in such gender initiatives. To address this gap, this series offers advice to change agents on effective ways to partner with men in ending gender inequalities.

  • WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT 2008

    Although gender-based inequalities exist in the majority of the world’s cultures, religions, nations and income groups, there are differences in the way these disparities manifest themselves and how they evolve over time. The Global Gender Gap Index is a framework for capturing the magnitude and scope of these disparities and tracking their progress.

  • MCKINSEY: WOMEN MATTER 2009: WOMEN LEADERS, A COMPETITIVE EDGE IN AND AFTER THE CRISIS

    A survey of about 800 business leaders, representing all industry sectors, all levels of responsibility, and all regions of the world. The results reveal that the crisis has not altered firms' priorities with regard to gender diversity.

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