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:

  • WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT 2010

    The Global Gender Gap Index was created with the specific purpose of being comparable across time. The 2010 Report aggregates five years of data and seeks to reveal country progress in a transparent manner.

  • ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT: WOMEN’S ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

    Women’s economic opportunity: A new global index and ranking, is an Economist Intelligence Unit publication. It presents the results of a global benchmarking model built and scored by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

  • BAIN & CO: THE GREAT DISAPPEARING ACT: GENDER PARITY UP THE CORPORATE LADDER

    The survey results show that while both men (91 percent) and women (82 percent) aspire to be senior leaders in their organization, fewer women realize their dreams than men.

  • MCKINSEY & COMPANY: MOVING WOMEN TO THE TOP

    A majority of executives believe gender diversity in leadership links to better financial performance, but companies take few actions to support women in the workforce.

  • DELOITTE: WOMEN IN THE BOARDROOM: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (NOV 2011)

    An overview of a number of current initiatives around the world, both legal and regulatory, to increase the number of women serving on corporate boards.

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