2006 EOWA Australian census of women in leadership: a study of women board directors and executive managers in the top 200 companies on the Australian stock exchange.

4 Sep 2006

Australia’s boardrooms are closed to women according to the results of the 2006 EOWA Census which show that Australia's top 200 companies have made little progress in increasing the numbers of women in their boardrooms. The report shows there has been only incremental improvement in the number of women board directors (now 8.7%) since the Census was first conducted in 2002. The number of women executive managers in the ASX 200 has increased slightly to 12.0% from 11.4% in 2004, however the increase is based on only a small rise in the number of women in executive manager positions and a decrease in the size of executive management teams.

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