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Beyond the Davies Review

  • Peninah Thomson
  • Clare Laurent
  • Tom Lloyd

Abstract

In the grand scheme of things 31 December 2015, the date by which Lord Davies wanted FTSE 100 companies to have boards consisting of at least 25% women, is a milestone on a journey, the destination of which remains unspecified.

Keywords

Business Unit Business Leader Board Meeting Female Director Behavioural Psychology 
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Notes

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    Stephen Jay Gould, The Flamingo’s Smile ( W. W. Norton, 1985 ).Google Scholar
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    William Whyte, The Organization Man (Simon & Schuster, 1956).Google Scholar
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    Alison Wolf, The XX Factor: How Working Women Are Creating A New Society ( London: Profile Books, 2013 ).Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Peninah Thomson OBE, Clare Laurent and Tom Lloyd 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  • Peninah Thomson
    • 1
  • Clare Laurent
  • Tom Lloyd
  1. 1.UK Foreign OfficeUK

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