Women on Boards Articles
Claire Braund, Executive Director and co-founder of Women on Boards, attended the Boardroom Impact Conference in Oslo, Norway on 12-13 October 2010 held to discuss the impact of the 40 per cent under represented gender Quota Law. Around 120 business and government leaders from 30 countries attended the Conference. Click the links below to read various articles about the Conference.
- Looking at the big picture on gender diversity
- Men a crucial part of Norwegian parental leave scheme
- Norwegian resources sector drives major social reforms
- Case Studies from the Boardroom Impact Conference
- Government action to bring about gender balance
Article by Arni Hole, Director General, Ministry of Children and Equality, Norway, 2006
- Get on Board
Claire Braund, February 2013
- Just who is wrecking the joint
Marie Coleman, September 2012
- Why women are good for business
Claire Braund, December 2011
- Using Female Talent Optimally
A resource based view of the firm, August 2011
- Where to in 2011?
Claire Braund, December 2010
- Gender not mainstream
Claire Braund, published in The Advertiser (Adelaide), 25 May 2010
- Women losing the board game
Claire Braund reflects on what happened to the mythical term given to career progression for women.
- Women ready for boards
Claire Braund, published in Australian Financial Review, 14 April 2010
- Victorian CMAs proactive on gender balance
- Parity of women’s board remuneration still a long way off
Ruth Medd & Claire Braund in Keeeping Good Companies, December 2008
- A passion for sport
By Denise Aldous
- Women on Football Boards
By Claire Braund
- The Current Situation for Women in Sport
By Janice Crosswhite OAM, President, Australian Womensport and Recreation Association
- I think it's important we have a robust conversation because sadly, on issues, like diversity I'm concerned that we have a lot of nice words and platitudes but insufficient action."
Mike Smith, CEO ANZ Bank
- Some of the Do’s & Don’ts of getting women on boards: Ensuring it is a rewarding and continuing experience.
Ruth Medd, Chair Women on Boards
- Female Leadership in Australia: What does it look like and how does it differ from their Male counterparts?
Peter Berry Consulting
- The top seven reasons why being a director is good for your career
By Claire Braund
- Not-for-profits a good route into the boardroom
Catherine Fox in The Australian Financial Review
3 June 2008
- No compromise on values
Edited version of the speech delivered by Fiona Harris to an Australian Institute of Management function in WA October 2007
- Women on Boards – the end of civilisation as we know it?
Address by Justice Kim Santow to Sancta Sophia College
- Women over-board
Published on HighGrade
30 April 2007 - www.highgrade.net
- Why boards need IT skills - more specifically - why boards need women with IT (290 KB PDF)Sonja Bernhardt, Technology entrepreneur and Chair AWISE
- How Suite It Isn’t: A Dearth of Female Bosses
Julie Cresswell on the Global Women's Affinity Group blog
- Selecting boards on merit: rhetoric and reality
Domini Stuart in Company Director Magazine
- They came. They saw. They networked
Report from the Director's Dinner
- The validity of measuring director and board performance: Continuum or Categorisation? (67 KB PDF)
Paper by Susan P. Jauncey and David N. Moseley-Greatwich
- Women on Boards: Why would you do it?
Article written by Jane Allen for the CEO Forum website
- Women step up the boardroom ladder (934 KB PDF)
Boardroom Partners research paper
- Networking through the glass ceiling
Paper presented by Claire Braund to the APEN International Conference
- Board Games
Vive Magazine, August 2005.
- Where is the next generation of directors coming from?
Keeping Good Company August 2005: Journal of the Chartered Secretaries Australia