"Corporate America’s business case for developing, retaining, and advancing women is strong and continues to get better. Leaders make gender diversity a priority because they see the prize: a talent advantage that’s hard to replicate. But few companies are winning that prize. The top circles of leadership remain male bastions; women make up just 14 percent of Fortune 500 executive committees, and there are few women CEOs. Although corporate leaders are working hard to change this, progress remains elusive."