Technology, hiring practices changing for the corporate board

The WomenCorporateDirectors group has chronicled the ways in which corporate boards are changing their approaches to business as technology shifts

Corporate boards are changing much in the way of their approaches to technology and the way they do hiring. As the technology world changes, and as corporations become more aware of incorporating less-biased hiring practices, their approaches to business are shifting, and the WomenCorporateDirectors (WCD) group has researched specific ways in which corporate boards are altering their thinking processes. 

The WCD’s findings derive from the group’s institutes and events conducted during this year so far, and have been narrowed down to eight areas that became hot button topics. The topics are:

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