Big data can give us insights into human behavior, gender bias in the workplace included. A recent study conducted by Harvard Business Review demonstrated that bias, not behavior, was holding women back at work. Continue reading
Add this to the ever-growing pile of research that female executives are good for business: a study found that companies with women executives outperformed the benchmark index. Further, these companies had 25% annualized returns over time, compared with 11% for the World MSCI Index. Continue reading
A recent article outlines ideas for keeping more women in the talent pipeline in order to have more women in the C-suite. Sally Blount, Dean of the Kellogg School of Management, offers substantive suggestions for women through various stages in their careers: launching, mid-career, and the transition to executive level.
A recent study by The Wall Street Journal about CEO pay found something unusual: female CEOs earned more than their male counterparts. The study found that in 6 of the last 7 years, female CEOs earned more than their male counterparts. In 2016, women earned a median $13.8 million compared to $11.6 million for men. Let’s dig a little deeper to find out what’s going on here. Continue reading