This is unbelievable. Putting aside the simple common sense that a diversity of viewpoints is likely to lead to better conclusions; putting aside the simple common sense that diversity is more likely to reflect the diverse views of your stakeholders, what about all of the data that proves - proves - that diverse firms perform better than those that are not?
For a survey of US Public Company board members to come out with this set of results is staggering.
Nearly a third of the men surveyed recently by PwC would prefer if less attention was paid to diversity. Thirty-one percent of men said there is too much focus on it, compared to 4% of women.