Diversity in Boardrooms: Careful What You Wish For
Recent Coverage / 2012
The Female Factor: Will three women really change the court?
Recent Coverage / 2010
Business crisis can spell opportunity for women leaders
Past years / 2012
The Female Factor
Corporate Secretary: Interview with Carol Ward: Lifetime achievement award winner
Recent Coverage / 2020
Critical Mass on Corporate Boards: Why Three or More Women Enhance Governance (2006)
Publications / Publications by title
Critical Mass on Corporate Boards: Why Three or More Women Enhance Governance (Executive Summary) (2006)
Crucial Skills Newsletter: Who’s the Smartest Team in the Room?
Forbes: Diverse Boards Propel Successful Companies
Recent Coverage / 2019
Groundbreaking study finds that three women constitute a critical mass on a corporate board
For the media / Earlier
How Women Can Change Corporate Boards: The Effects of Achieving a Critical Mass of Female Directors
Huffington Post: 'Woman': Not a Box to Be Checked Off
Recent Coverage / 2015
Briefly: Protect Clients from STDs
Recent Coverage / 2011
Great Year-End Good News for Women in Business
Recent Coverage / 2013
NBC News: Women in the News
Recent Coverage / 2018
Facebook Doesn’t Have a Woman on its Board. Does That Matter?
The Case for Female Quotas
How Suite It Isn't: A Dearth of Female Bosses
Recent Coverage / 2006
Sumru Erkut: Critical Mass Project
Media Library / Videos by WCW Scholars and Trainers
The Death of Groupthink
Recent Coverage / 2008
Variety: California’s Effort to Boost Women on Corporate Boards Has Studies Behind It
Washington Post: A bidder for the Weinstein Co. suggests a rare boardroom set-up: A majority-female board
Recent Coverage / 2017
For SCOTUS, three may be magic number
Would Elena Kagan’s Confirmation Change the Way the High Court Deliberates?
How many women do boards need?
Yahoo: California's landmark corporate diversity law was overturned. What happens next?
Recent Coverage / 2022
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