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November 01, 2010


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No, I think every time you talk about board diversity, you're pretty much stepping into a gender and minority inequality debate, mostly for pretty valid reasons.

Kim Krawiec

Hi Joe -- that is certainly the case with our respondents. Ill give some examples in my next post. But, essentially, theyre comfortable with diversity talk in the abstract, while struggling much more when it comes to pointing out specific ways and examples in which board diversity has made a difference (or in which a female or minority director made a contribution specifically linked to her gender or race).

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