Containing interviews and analysis of our ongoing Gender Diversity study.
“People and their talents are among the core drivers of sustainable, long-term economic growth. If half of these talents are underdeveloped or underutilized, growth and sustainability will be compromised. Moreover, there is a compelling and fundamental values case for empowering women: women represent one half of the global population—they deserve equal access to health, education, earning power and political representation” (World Economic Forum, 2015).
It is with this quote in mind that Ti, in partnership with the Foundation for Future Supply Chain, decided to launch their Gender Diversity Study, aimed specifically at the logistics and supply chain sector. Its goal has been to discover the implications of wider societal barriers for the industry; to identify those unique to it and to assess how much progress has been made over recent years.
The survey is the first phase of a continuous study. Although participants so far have been predominantly at management and executive level, the next step is to invite a wider cross-section of the industry to share their insight and we will be looking for organisations to support this important research.
The full report is available to download for free via the form opposite.