Women Matter

Council on Business & Society knowledge partner and forum sponsor, McKinsey & Company focuses on the business and economic case for gender diversity

Women Matter

McKinsey & Company, one of the world’s most valued and recognised consulting firms provides a focus on gender parity in companies and organisations by drawing on research and analyses from its activities throughout the world. What is the reality of gender diversity and equality in today’s companies and organisations? Why would having more women in companies raise global GDP? And what can CEOs and companies do to achieve equality at all levels?

McKinsey & Co provides the answers via the following articles:

  • Gender equality: Taking stock of where we are
  • A CEO’s guide to gender equality
  • The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in India
  • At the United Nations: a push for true gender equality.

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