12/6/2012

Women hold only 10% of the top management positions and directorships in 400 of California's largest corporations, writes Steve Currall, dean of the Graduate School of Management at the University of California-Davis. "It's vital that we have that diversity of thought and experience in the leadership of these companies. More and more research is examining the possibility that having more women in top management and on boards actually improves company performance," he asserts.

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