Further Reading

[1] McKinsey and Company, an International Management Consulting Firm. The study from 2007

https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/organization/our-insights/gender-diversity-a-corporate-performance-driver

 

[2] GEM (Gender Equality in decision-Making), an EU funded project (2014-2016) under the European Commission’s PROGRESS program, partnering with the University of Limerick, Cranfield University, Dell and Ibec (Irish Business and Employers Federation).

Tailoring Organisational Practices to achieve Gender Equality, A Best Practice Guide

 

[3] McKinsey and Company Global Themes, Women Matter

https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/gender-equality/women-matter-ten-years-of-insights-on-gender-diversity

 

[4] Australian Government Guide

https://www.wgea.gov.au/sites/default/files/setting-gender-diversity-targets.pdf

 

[5] UK Government, Women in Finance Charter

Women in Finance Charter Guidance February 2018

 

[6] PWC – 25,000 women tell Project 28-40: “…get back to basics on diversity.”

https://www.pwc.co.uk/who-we-are/regional-sites/northern-ireland/press-releases/25000-women-tell-project-28-40-get-back-to-basics-on-diversity.html

 

[7] Government Equalities Office/Deloitte – Blazing Transparency, Mending the Gap

https://www.womensbusinesscouncil.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/TrailblazingMending_the_Gap_report_Feb_2016.pdf

Gender Diversity Charter Mark NI

This Charter enables organisations to apply for a charter mark which will recognise their commitment to, and progress on, gender diversity. The Charter follows a methodology of self-assessment, target-setting and review, and it prioritises continuous progression with goals set by, and appropriate to, each individual organisation.