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 2009

    By providing a comprehensive framework for benchmarking global gender gaps, the Report reveals those countries that are role models in dividing resources equitably between women and men, regardless of their level of resources.

  • HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES: 2010 BOARD OF DIRECTORS SURVEY- WOMEN CORPORATE DIRECTORS: BEST PRACTICES IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE GLOBALLY

    The growing number of women taking a seat in the corporate boardroom has prompted an increased interest in how these directors approach board service versus their male peers.

  • MYTHBUSTERS- SEVEN MYTHS ABOUT WOMEN AND WORK: FINANCIAL SERVICES INSTITUE OF AUSTRALASIA

    A recent poll of our members found that a large proportion of females (85 per cent) feel there is a gender divide within financial services, yet just 28 per cent of men agree. Sadly, it seems many women are resigned to the fact that this is unlikely to change.

  • MCKINSEY: WOMEN MATTER 2010: WOMEN AT THE TOP OF THE CORPORATIONS: MAKING IT HAPPEN

    The 4th Women Matter study shows that although a majority of leaders recognize the impact of gender diversity on business performance, this belief does not translate into actions. Indeed, gender diversity is not high on companies' strategic agenda and the implementation of dedicated programs remains limited overall.

  • INSYNC SURVEYS AND BOARD BENCHMARKING: GENDER AGENDA: UNLOCKING THE POWER OF DIVERSITY IN THE BOARDROOM

    This is the sixth study in a series on the effectiveness of boards in Australia and New Zealand. It focuses on the impact of gender diversity on board effectiveness based on the views of 849 directors who serve on 105 boards.

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to make the change for gender-balanced business in Singapore.