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      ManpowerGroup(NYSE:MAN)announced today thatJean-Philippe Courtois, Executive Vice President of Microsoft Corp. and President, Microsoft Global Sales, Marketing and Operations; andWilliam P. Gipson, a retired executive at Procter Gamble, who most recently served as President of Enterprise Packaging Transformation and Chief Diversity Inclusion Officer, have been elected to the company's Board of Directors...
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    1. Lizanne has the strong governance background we were seeking, with over 30 years of experience providing her expertise to top tier companies like Procter & Gamble and Starwood Hotels and Resorts, We welcome her to the PLKI board and look forward to her contributions.
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    2. From the outside, Procter & Gamble is an all-star board but it's hard to know what the dynamics will be in a crisis situation, Corporate Governance Matters.
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    3. Everyone should be interested in having women on boards because boards are making decisions about us. Whether it's a bank thinking about life insurance or Procter & Gamble making decisions about tampons, I want someone who has thought about my needs.
      In Hong Kong Companies Slow To Add Women Directors To Their Boards – Why It Makes Good Business Sense To Do So