Personal Development

Women at Adobe: A Year of Progress (Adobe Blog)

Driving learning and growth: Both women and men at Adobe seek to continually grow in their careers, and we have a variety of ways we support them. One of the most exciting new deve... More

SAP Celebrates International Women’s Day 2019: Eight Leaders, Four Questions (SAP Blog)

On International Women’s Day, SAP asked some of their female leaders from around the globe to share their insights on doing business in a challenging world. Some operate in count... More

Why Authentic Female Leadership Matters to Your Workforce and Yourself (SAP Blog)

As a woman, mom, and executive, I am witnessing a massive cultural shift. It wasn’t that long ago when I was one of the few females in a room full of male employees. Today, I am ... More

What Do Tech’s Most Powerful Women Have in Common? (IW)

When the IBM Watson Personality API analyzed these female tech leader's words, it identified nine traits as being most dominant.... More

How Women are Breaking Into the Tech World (ReadWrite)

While some in tech point back to education for failing to engage and prepare women for roles in the industry, Bloomberg’s Sarah McBride explained that the smaller number of femal... More

The Role Of Women In OTT Entertainment Advances (Forbes)

The rise of OTT allows for live and on-demand entertainment over the Internet, wherever and whenever consumers wish. That means you can watch those modern shows on any number of de... More

The Search for Women Who Want Cybersecurity Careers (WSJ)

There is a shortage of workers in cybersecurity and a shortage of women in tech jobs. New efforts to get girls interested in cybersecurity are aimed at tackling both of those probl... More

How Women Can Build Their Professional Networks (WSJ)

Networking is crucial for advancing a career, building relationships and getting knowledgeable about a range of subjects. And women have a much tougher time of it than men. It com... More

The Voice Remote Wouldn’t Exist Without This Woman’s Bet on AI (Forbes)

The last ten years have seen radical changes in the cable television sector. Market forces, new technologies, and consumer demand have remade cable companies as telecommunications ... More

Want More Women in Tech Jobs? Create a Culture of Flexibility & Entrepreneurship (Forbes)

It’s a well-known fact: We need more women in the male-dominated tech and STEM fields, where the future is unfolding at a breakneck clip. World-changing innovations happen in thi... More

The Systems Holding Back Women In Tech (Forbes)

Societal Influences and Biases: The ways in which girls perceive STEM related coursework and their own abilities are consciously and unconsciously shaped by the experiences of thos... More

Women in Technology: Why Female Leaders and Enterprise Businesses Need Each Other (MBI)

According to By The Numbers, 26 percent of professional computing occupations in the US were held by women in 2017. This push is shaping a range of opportunities for aspiring femal... More

When Will a Woman Run a TV News Division? (THR)

That glass ceiling could break soon, writes broadcast news analyst Andrew Tyndall — but with a deflating asterisk.... More

Confidence a Key Success Factor for Women in Startups, STEM (Forbes)

When it comes to the ways that women navigate the current business landscape, there are a wide variety of styles that can be used to achieve success and overcome the inherent obsta... More

Women Who Watched ‘The X-Files’ Pursued More Careers In STEM (Fast Company)

When The X-Files premiered in 1993, FBI agent and medical doctor Dana Scully was unlike any other woman on television. Scully, played by Gillian Anderson, was equal to, and not jus... More

Why This 1 U.S. City Is Tops for Successful Women Entrepreneurs (Inc.)

Women on the hunt for a thriving startup hot spot should turn their attention to inside the Beltway. The D.C. metro area has three locations in the top 10 ranking of U.S. cities wh... More