Companies are increasingly looking at gender diversity, particularly at senior-leadership levels, but they need to reframe the discussion from “women in the C-suite” to “leaders—both women and men—from dual-career households in the C-suite.”
If investors are making calculated decisions that are—or should be—based on business plans and projections, why is there a large gender gap?
In this episode, Katie Abouzahr, Principal, and John Harthorne, founder and CEO of MassChallenge, discuss insights for investors, startup accelerators, and women entrepreneurs seeking backers.
Founder & CEO, MassChallenge
Women founded and cofounded startups raise less capital but generate the same revenue as male founded startups.
Listen as Jenny Abramson, BCG alumna and Founder & Managing Partner at Rethink Impact, and Katie Abouzahr, Principal, discuss opportunities for investors and solutions to creating equity in the VC space.
BCG alumna and Founder & Managing Partner at Rethink Impact
Do you know what your company should be tracking to ensure gender diversity? Are you drowning in data? Or are you guided by government mandates?
"Digital and analytics" is a broad term that’s used a lot these days. We talk about its impact on the future of the workforce and on the work we do with clients—as well as how it is changing the way the world is moving.
Listen to Principal Lauren van der Kolk and Principal Katie Abouzahr as they discuss what this term means and the career opportunities it presents.
Want to generate inventive new ideas that can win in the market? Build management teams comprised of people with the widest possible range of backgrounds and perspectives.
Listen to Partner and Managing Director Rocío Lorenzo and Principal Katie Abouzahr as they discuss the relationship between diversity and innovation.
Companies are investing, but gender diversity programs are not having the impact they should.
Listen to Senior Partner and Managing Director Matt Krentz and Principal Katie Abouzahr as they discuss how companies can get a better return on their diversity dollars: by advancing proven measures and looking out for hidden gems and by avoiding overrated initiatives that drain the budget and don’t move the needle.
Ambition is not a fixed attribute, nor is it impacted by the decision to become a parent. Ambition is nurtured—or damaged—by the daily interactions and opportunities women face in a company over time. CEOs and leaders can reinforce ambition in women by creating the right culture, thus improving the diversity—and success—of their leadership teams.
Millennial men make up a critical constituency, and companies should engage them in shaping family policies and to improve gender diversity.
Listen to Partner and Managing Director Michael Tan and Principal Katie Abouzahr as they discuss the changes to the workplace that millennial men will bring, and the five ways companies can prepare to attract and retain top talent and improve the workplace for everyone.
Partner & Managing Director