Diversity in Leadership

Government That Looks Like America? Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Financial Regulatory Institutions

 Diversity in executive management is low at all agencies when compared to the percentage of people of color in the civilian labor force. Three agencies—the Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis, Boston, and Cleveland—have no people of color in executive management.

From the Greenlining Institute

URL: 
http://greenlining.org/publications/pdf/649/649.pdf

Thinking big: how to accelerate the growth of women-owned companies

The Ernst & Young study, based on Babson College Center for Women’s Leadership research, revealed that four years into the Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program, it is a model that can spur dramatic growth. Program participants’ companies have grown almost 50 percent each year on average, with a corresponding average annual job growth rate of more than 25 percent.

URL: 
http://www.ey.com/US/en/Services/Strategic-Growth-Markets/Thinking-big---EY-Entrepreneurial-Winning-Women---Realizing-the-potential-of-women-entrepreneurs

The Diversity Scorecard: Measuring Board Composition in Asia Pacific

In Asia, as in the rest of the world, board composition concerns have shifted from independence, to competencies, to commitment, and now to diversity. There is an increasing recognition that boards need to incorporate diversity considerations―particularly with regard to gender―when appointing directors. 

URL: 
http://www.kornferryinstitute.com/about_us/thought_leadership_library/publication/3188/diversity_scorecard

The Kauffman Firm Survey Report: Who Are User Entrepreneurs?

  A study released by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation shows that "user entrepreneurs" have founded more than 46 percent of innovative startups that have lasted five years or more, even though this group creates only 10.7 percent of U.S. startups overall.

URL: 
http://www.kauffman.org/newsroom/nearly-half-of-innovative-startups-are-founded-by-user-entrepreneurs.aspx
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