Board Apprentice mentioned in the Parker Review published yesterday in the U.K. EY's website mentions its findings on their website as follows:
Each FTSE 100 Board should have at least one director of colour by 2021, an
Board Apprentice, the organisation founded in 2014 to increase the number and diversity of candidates for board positions, is to launch in Jersey. The launch event will be held at the Royal Yacht Hotel, St Helier, at 5pm o
Technology megatrends, the importance of succession planning and crisis management were just some of the hot topics being discussed by the island’s non-executive directors (NEDs) at a forum last week.
Over 70 of the i
Boardrooms that see with everybody’s eyes
Charlotte Valeur believes that getting the right balance in the boardroom is not just about getting more women involved. LAST month a report was published in the UK suggesting
In 2015 there aren't many careers where women can't, and don't, rise to the top.
But despite females making up half the workforce, the gender gap is still a grim reality.
In the first of this special series looking a
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
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 certai