Diversity in the boardroom encompasses all dimensions of the human experience, including education, life experience, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, geography, age, and specific areas of knowledge and expertise (such as digital savviness and mergers and acquisitions). A diverse, equitable and inclusive board culture contributes to the organization’s success by positioning directors to advise the CEO and add value in evolving markets. Does your board measure up?
In this issue of Board Perspectives
, we provide six suggestions for making demonstrable progress in improving diversity in the boardroom.