Male directors, who made up 75% of the survey sample, prefer making decisions using rules, regulations and tradition, the survey found. Female directors, by contrast, are less constrained by rules and more prepared to “rock the boat,” the researchers found. They are also more likely “to use cooperation, collaboration and consensus-building.”
This is one among a dozen studies in the past year that clearly indicates that companies are signficantly more successful when women are in executive and board leadership positions. Even venture-backed women-led companies have higher average returns. Can you feel the tipping point coming?
See on www.latimes.com