With the recent news that it’s most likely going to be 25 years before a mere third of CEOs will be women, it would be easy to get morose. Certainly my colleague Louisa Peacock is pretty down about it all. She writes:
“This is entirely depressing. The figures, which are based on the largest 2,500 public companies in the world, show that even in the next quarter of a century, the number of women being appointed to run the biggest companies globally still fails to be anywhere near half."