Women excel as business leaders, studies show

05/5/2014 | Women 2.0 blog

A variety of studies have shown that companies tend to benefit from having women on their boards of directors and that women tend to excel in decision-making. In addition, women entrepreneurs tend to create longer-lasting businesses than male counterparts in certain situations. Still, women hold only about 9% of board seats around the world "despite evidence showing that their presence has been linked to better organizational performance, higher rates of return, more effective risk management and even lower rates of bankruptcy," writes Jim Fisher.

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