Digi women ann o'dea april 16

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  • The World Economic Forum’s recent Corporate Gender Gap Report highlighted that alack of role models was one of the greatest barriers to women leaders
  • Digi women ann o'dea april 16

    1. 1. Changingthe ratio Ann O’Dea CEO, editor-at-large
    2. 2. “Women account for one-half ofthe potential talent basethroughout the world.Therefore, over time, a nation’scompetitiveness dependssignificantly on whether and how iteducates and utilises its femaletalent.” Klaus Schwab
    3. 3. The proportion of women among full professors was lowest in engineering and technology, at 7.9%
    4. 4. New Gender Benchmarking Study FindsNumbers of Women in Science and Technology Fields Alarmingly Low in Leading Economies
    5. 5. “Unconscious Gender Bias - Both menand women overvalued work theybelieved to be done by men, andundervalued work they believed to bedone by women.”Nancy Hopkins, MIT Research: Yale University, 2012
    6. 6. While the perception is that barriers to women leaders involve … inadequate childcare, andlabour laws, one of the biggest barriers was lack of role models
    7. 7. WomenInvent@siliconrepublic.com#WomenInvent@annodeaSR
    8. 8. “The reason there aren’tenough women computerscientists is because therearen’t enough womencomputer scientists.” Sheryl Sandberg

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