Monthly Archives: January 2014

More American and British men and women prefer male bosses to female bosses

We know that when the proportion of women on corporate boards is increased financial performance can be expected to decline, but are there other outcomes which might partly compensate for this assault on meritocracy? For example, will the working environment … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Our public challenges of Professor Susan Vinnicombe

I read a full-page article in yesterday’s Daily Mail with mounting disbelief. It was written by a young journalist, Ruth Sunderland, and it’s about the financial returns in 2013 of FTSE350 companies with female chief executives: The article is the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments