FT's analysis of the 50 people who will frame the debate on the future of capitalism.
Despite the fact that the connection between a lack of diversity (in particular the proportion of men steering the business world) and our current economic problems has been widely discussed (see for example my posts on sexism in the City, and on Barbara Annis' presentation at the recent Middle East HR conference - which currently I still have to post), there are just five women in this list.
It doesn't look as if the required change and opportunity will be getting quite the full consideration it deserves...
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