Why female executives are good for the bottom line

04/9/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Studies show that companies with gender-diverse leadership structures and boards outperform their less-equitable rivals, writes Dana Theus. That's a sign that companies can no longer afford to ignore the problems preventing women from rising through their ranks. "There's simply too much at stake now not to change," Theus writes.

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