Richards, Melanie
July 2014
Professional Manager;Summer2014, p34
Trade Publication
The article discusses the lack of women at senior management roles as compared to men in Great Britain citing reference to the report "Cracking the Code" from the organization 30% Club and financial services firm KPMG. Topics discussed include less probability of promotions for women, need for adopting more gender intelligent approach to improve workplace diversity and statistics regarding lack of women at top positions, high ambitions of women, and lack of women in high-performance programmes.


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