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Productivity Crisis will force boards to appoint more women

By | 22/08/2019 in Press articles

With the productivity crisis showing no sign of abating. Bvalco CEO, Alison Gill, has been talking to the CIPD about why more gender diverse boards could be the solution.

Should we be rating boards as good or bad?

By | 26/06/2019 in Blog posts

In the wake of the large-scale failures of firms such as Carillion and BHS, the government is under pressure to crack down on ‘reckless’ directors.

Why subsidiaries need to embrace independence

By | 03/06/2019 in Blog posts

Even if a wholly owned subsidiary only differs from its parent company on occasion, it matters than it can think and act in its own interests.

Productivity crisis means boards should appoint more women

By | 25/04/2019 in Blog posts

Every negative trend needs a point of crisis to drive real change. Could the productivity crisis be the tipping point needed to smash the glass ceiling?

70% of FTSE 350 chairs under pressure to step down

By | 18/04/2019 in Blog posts

The nine-year limit for chairs is putting a number FTSE 350 companies under pressure to replace their chairs. But is this cause for concern or a good thing?

Boardroom Conversations

By | 05/03/2019 in Events

Converse with an acknowledged expert and take the benefit of their experience back to your board.

Why Brexit wouldn’t happen in a boardroom

By | 05/02/2019 in Blog posts

Bvalco co-founder, Alison Gill, explains why parliament could learn a thing or two about how successful boards manage divided opinion to identify creative shared solutions.