11 - 13 of 13 Chapters
[The main challenge in a major change program, such as the integration of a significant acquisition, the creation of a new business, or some kind of fundamental cultural transformation, is to prepare the people involved for their new roles.]
[It will surely not have escaped the notice of the reader that we believe that the boards of our large companies would be more effective and create more value for shareholders if they included more women.]
[A substantial part of this book (that is, most of Chapters 3, 4 and 7 and much of Chapter 5) consists of the results of “qualitative research”.1 We have sought to understand the experiences of men and women already on boards and women seeking board positions, by talking to them, rather than...
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