KPMG survey cites hurdles in shaping boardroom skills, diversity for companies’ future needs
To better understand how directors are thinking about the mix of skills, backgrounds, experience and perspectives in the boardroom – and tools and approaches to achieve the right mix – KPMG surveyed more than 2,300 directors and senior executives across 46 countries. While the views and practices related to board composition vary by country (as detailed in the survey report), key global trends include:
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