Corporate stakeholders are calling for more diversity on boards, and although the commitment to diversity is there for many in word, in deed there has been slow progress. For example, women accounted for 21.3% of S&P 500 board seats in 2016, according to Equilar data.
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I mean, I totally get the long-game logic. But personally, it’s always been easier said than done.
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