Board Apprentice started in 2013 as an idea to help boards take an active role in resolving the lack of diversity on boards. Countries all over the world are struggling with resolving the same issue of having too many homogeneous boards and need to become more diverse as competition intensifies and new markets are sought. […]
The launch of The Davies Summary Report (the final part of The Davies Review – Women on Boards) on Thursday 29th October 2015 will undoubtedly celebrate the UK achieving the initial 25% target for Women on the Boards of FTSE 100 companies (doubling since 2009).
It seemed somewhat appropriate that Board Apprentice should formally launch in the UK at the House of Lords (on 2nd July 2015). Parliament is sometimes viewed as a place for those from traditional circles and with a certain background and not reflective of wider society – much like the upper echelons of many institutions, companies, […]