CEO of Harvey Nash on Bloomberg TV Asia – what makes an effective boardroom? balance, diversity, growth in Asia
21st March 2014, Hong Kong — Albert Ellis, CEO of Harvey Nash Group, was interviewed today on Bloomberg TV Asia.
The interview covered a wide range of topics, including makes an effective board, diversity and the potential ‘brain drain’ of how senior women in Asia are increasingly becoming valued by European and U.S. based companies as they seek to become more diverse.
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