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Women in Top Management

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Women in Top Management
International Week 2014

How does culture affects women's leadership opportunity?
Japan
Women in business today: fast facts
9 % lowest female presentation in top management globally
The impact of the Culture !
Middle East
Russia
Women who broke the ceiling
Conclusion
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw,
Fundor of Biocon
India
=> Female Labour force :
in the
Arab World/
Globally :
26%
vs 52%
=> Barriers to female managers :
Reluctance of men
Lack of
policies& legislation
in the recruitment
Lack of
professionnal networking
Few
female role models

SEVERAL BARRIERS OBSERVED TO FEMALE MANAGERS
Women's
Education
Women in
Labor Force
WOMEN 'S ON TOP 10 MANAGEMENT POSITIONS
60% of married woman quit or change their job
Barrier:
Traditional low social expectations for women
The average annual income for women in Japan stands at around 30% - 40% below their male equivalents
Christiane Bisanzio Drh at Axa and group director for diversity and inclusion
43 %
- the highest proportion of women in top management positions
Decades of communism where the promise of “equal opportunities for all
Reasons:
Country's demographics. Women outnumber men 6:5
Sources
http://www.grantthornton.global/insights/articles/Women-in-business-classroom-to-boardroom
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/7856265/Meet-Zhang-Xin-Chinas-self-made-billionairess.html
http://www.biocon.com/biocon_press_kmprofile.asp?subLink=down
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/04/24/ibm_server_strategy/
http://www.catalyst.org/knowledge/women-united-states
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/12/women-in-management-study_n_4948186.html
http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/lmac/women-in-the-labour-market/2013/rpt---women-in-the-labour-market.html
http://www.mckinsey.com/careers/women/social_sector_impact/~/media/Reports/Women/Mckinsey_women_wakeupcall.ashx
http://www.mckinsey.de/sites/mck_files/files/Women_Matter_1_brochure.pdf
http://www.conferenceboard.ca/e-library/abstract.aspx?did=4416
http://www.argusdelassurance.com/trophees-de-la-femme-dans-l-assurance/le-top-management-feminin-s-organise.69145
Hofstede, Geert, Gert Jan Hofstede and Michael Minkov.Cultures and Organizations: Software of the Mind, 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. 2010.


Women in Top Management
Feminization of higher education: 57% of women and 43% of men
Source: Grant Thornton International Business Report 2014
Where are women climbing the corporate ladder?
Glass ceiling
Joanna Mielcarek (Poland)
Alina Nazmutdinova (Russia/Germany)
Alok Jain (India)
Romain Dlr (France)
Marine Gillot (France)
Manon Herry (France)
Valerie Fourchette (France)
Pauline Rault (France)
Anaïs Gérard (France)
How to break the glass ceiling?
Original term coined by Wall Street reporters in 1986

Definition:
A glass ceiling is the invisible or artificial barriers that block women from advancing up the corporate ladder to management and executive position
The Glass Ceiling
Overview
Introduction
History and facts today
Glass Ceiling
2014 Statistics
Women in Business across 3 different nations: Middle East, Japan, Russia
Conclusion
References
Team introduction
Early 19th century: women's role was in the home
Late 1920's: Industrialization lead to women as "Helpmates"
WWII: women entered the workforce in larger numbers
2000's: Feminization of Management (Jogulu & Wood, 2006)
History of women in business
Women today
College graduates worldwide: 55 % of women
The employment rate for women is 21% lower than for men
Global Workforce: 45 % of women
Women in top management globally: 24%
Source: Grant Thornton IBR 2014
Internal business barriers
Governmental
Barriers
Other barriers
Levels of glass
ceiling barriers
Cultural barriers
Governmental level
Personal level
Governmental level
Virginia Rometty,
CEO of IBM

USA
Maria Das Gracas Silva Foster,
CEO of Petrobras


Brazil
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