‘Female Leadership: The Impact on Organizations’ by IE Professors

Authors: Julio de Castro, Professor and Director of Doctoral Programs at IE Business School; Rachida Justo, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship at IE Business School; and Luisa Delgado-Márquez, Research Fellow at IE Business School. Previously published on IE Insights. Women’s presence on management teams is generally associated with a stronger social commitment and a more participatory leadership style. An analysis of women’s…

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The first Association of Women Architects of Spain

The vice president of AMAE is Martha Thorne, executive director of the Pritzker Awards and dean of IE School of Architecture and Design. Originally published in Spanish by La Vanguardia: http://www.lavanguardia.com/local/madrid/20180321/441790594374/crean-la-primera-asociacion-de-mujeres-arquitectas-de-espana.html?utm_campaign=botones_sociales&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social   A group of architects who have been working on the gender perspective in architecture and urban planning for years, as well as in…

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Why not including gender wage transparency in CSR? 

It will promote gender equality without the need to positively discriminate Article by Laura Nuñez Letamendia is Professor of Finance and the Director of  the Center for Insurance Research at IE Business School Originally published in Spanish by Cinco Dias (03.13.2018) https://cincodias.elpais.com/cincodias/2018/03/13/midinero/1520961408_554119.html   Advocating  for wage  transparency is advocating  for  equality between men and  women, …

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Entrevista en el País a Teresa Ramos “Así es trabajar siendo mujer en un sector masculinizado”

The Director of Information Systems Management at IE reviews her career from a gender perspective and believes that new technologies are an opportunity for equality. This article is only available in Spanish La directora de gestión de sistemas de información del IE repasa su trayectoria desde una perspectiva de género y cree que las nuevas…

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2018: AI, Women, and The Future of Leadership

Article by Lolita Taub, published previously on Code Like A Girl.   According to the US Department of Labor, the third most common occupation for women consists of secretary and administrative assistant roles. Along with the second (registered nurses) and first most common professions for women (elementary and middle school teachers), these 3 occupations make up 13.3% of the…

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