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Boards are not hugely different from any other group in terms of the things they feel comfortable discussing and the things that they don’t. Observe any sports club or charity committee, any family, any group of friends or any senior leadership team or Board and there will be a familiar pattern.
Nature provides us with huge amounts of data, but if we’re not looking out for it or we are not receptive to it, it doesn’t help us to make informed choices.
When we think about diversity, it is identity or demographic differences that immediately spring to mind – factors such as race, age, gender, ethnicity or religion. Much less obvious or appreciated is cognitive diversity – the differences in the way that people think.