Women at the Top of the World, still not at the Center: A new Network Analysis Discovery

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Posted Jan 06, 2021 | Brookings Gender Equality series, Tuugi Chuluun, Kevin Young

Gender informs the way that people process information and make decisions.  Despite significant steps toward greater inclusion of women in leadership positions, women leaders are relatively peripheral in network terms. This may confine their power and influence and hinder them from reaching their full potential. Even at the commanding heights, women are not fully integrated into the inner circle, write Tuugi Chuluun and Kevin Young in an essay for the  Brookings Gender Equality series. Only 37 of the companies listed on the 2020 Fortune 500 list have women CEOs, and only three of these are women of colour. 


https://www.brookings.edu/essay/women-at-the-top-of-the-world-still-not-at-the-center-a-new-network-analysis-discovery/

 

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