"Women lift up half the sky. We are, however, under-represented in the executive board rooms with only about 29 per cent of the senior management positions being filled by women, and only about...

EARLIER this year, Jill Lee was appointed Chief Financial Officer and a member of the executive committee at Sulzer, a Swiss-listed global industrial company founded in 1834. She had been a board...

A DEBATE has been raging in recent years over the link between greater female representation in leadership roles and financial performance. While there is mounting evidence that having more diverse...

A STUDY by the NUS Business School's Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) investigated the relationship between board gender diversity and corporate governance score, and...

AS Singapore moves towards becoming a smart nation, there is a need to encourage more women to enter science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields to help develop solutions for a...

DR Guo is an Independent Fellow at Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Biological Science, National University of Singapore.

IN response to growing demand from consumers, more companies have been incorporating sustainable practices into their businesses in recent years.

CLIMATE change looms large as a key issue in the sustainability of business.

A DESIRE to grow their presence in Asia while promoting diversity within their ranks is leading more multinational corporations to seek out highly experienced female executives from the region to...

Four women who sit on the boards of multinational corporations give their take on what women executives from the region can do to raise their profile and get on the radar of corporate boards