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  • Research round-up: making the most of top female staff

    Financial Times - 06/26/2016

    The paper tested a theory derived from a previous study at an unnamed management consultancy, which felt that it was not reaping the benefits of greater gender diversity at senior level — arousing suspicions that its “up or out” approach to career progression might be at the heart of the problem.

    Prof Woolley and her fellow researchers — drawn from the Tepper school in Pittsburgh, Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim business school and HEC Paris — will present their findings at the Academy of Management’s annual meeting in Anaheim, California, in August.

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