Here’s a thought-provoking study from the Management Review Journal of MIT Sloan. It’s titled Improving recruitment on corporate boards can boost innovation and creativity.
It makes some really interesting points. This one’s particularly intriguing:
It can be challenging for boards to take the first step toward increasing gender diversity, but early investments in recruiting women directors can have positive feedback effects. Efforts to increase gender diversity can promote boards’ capacity for supporting innovation and creativity in the long term.
It’s a compelling read that you can check out fully at the link below…