Female Executives Insights
Below you will find publications and blog posts from our vetted female executives.
In this SlideShare, INSEAD takes a look at the persistent myths about women executives in business that need to be shattered and replaced with clear facts.
Businesses perform better when women have the same opportunities to climb the ranks and take a lead. Join the growing group of progressive companies that promote female executive diversity in their top positions. Meet our women executives.
1181 C-Level and HR executives responded to a CEO Worldwide survey on the reality of gender balance in the c-suite
Established recruiters have somehow presided over decades of innovation across multiple sectors, without ever really taking inspiration from their clients.
The importance of having a professionally and socially diverse board cannot be overstated in today’s corporate world.
For a lot of companies, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development remain relatively vague concepts.
Our second global report on Women in Business and Management offers new insights into how gender diversity at the top improves organizational performance.
Women are better educated and more active in the labour force than ever, and are increasingly working in managerial roles.
Written by Shantha Martin I keep going back to innovation…and I am sure you’ll be wondering, WHY?? It is simply so, because if it wasn’t for innovation, we wouldn’t have progressed thus far,…
This paper aims to probe the minds of Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) , the harbingers of change in rural political governance in India.
The Project of law on French boards gives an occasion to exchange some views on women’s quotas but moreover to give ideas on ways to improve corporate governance on boards.
The rise of women in places of power creates an interest in looking at women’s relationship to power in a still “masculine” model.
In your company, HR people are (almost) useless! It is true! HR are a cost center: you have to pay the members of the team and to allocate them offices and equipment. HR are a pain in your neck!
Are business schools doing enough to push and prioritise gender diversity? For some, the answer is ‘not yet’.
One article among others in France highlights “A scarcity of women with CEO’s experience, one of the profiles that companies are seeking widely for their board of directors”.
Prior to the “big data”, predominant in an information society, a knowledge economy, where a real “war of knowledge” reigns, the control of its data…
Career advice for women from some of INSEAD’s leading female alumni.
Insights from research papers and articles around the world offer five ways in which women can empower themselves.
Discover a Life Without Limites is an INSEAD video series that encourages women to pursue professional and personal growth.
Multicultural and International character, and practices used to foster equal opportunities and respect for diversity
How can we encourage individual expression in the knowledge that some cultures are more inward-looking?
Work place is competitive for all (men and women) and what will make a difference is results.
We investigate the reasons behind the lack of gender diversity at the highest level of business.