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#108 - Women in Business

By Michigan Ross

Women are incredibly impactful leaders, but there is still a lot of work left to do to open the doors of opportunity for women throughout the business world. Today, women make up less than 5 percent of CEO jobs at fortune 500 companies – despite mountains of research and evidence showing that having more women in leadership roles leads to better business performance. In this episode, we'll hear from an expert on why it's important to have women in these roles and what has been holding that progress back, we'll hear a bit about how men and allies can help, and we'll hear from two students working hard to empower future women leaders while they’re pursuing their MBAs. Freakonomics Podcast - "The True Story of the Gender Pay Gap" Lean In from Sheryl Sandberg Research from Professor Cindy Schipani More about Michigan Business Women We want to hear your feedback. What do you like about the show, what can we improve, what would you like us to talk about? Leave a review to let us know, or you can reach us at Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and the Michigan Ross Student Government Association. Host: Ramaswamy Annamalai Producers: Christopher Ankney, Ramaswamy Annamalai, Akta Mehta Executive Producers: Jerry Won, Heather Byrne, Maria Karpiel Panelists: Molly Hope, Alexandra Espinoza De Franco Audio Engineer: Jonah Brockman Copyright 2017 - University of Michigan

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