Joyce He and Sarah Kaplan used insights from scholarly research to shed light on how to achieve gender equality. They busted 5 common myths and discuss 5 potential solutions for organizations. | September 17, 2019
Joanne Lipman, Editor in Chief of USA TODAY, joined us on March 28 to talk about her book "That's What She Said: What Men Need to Know and Women Need to Tell Them About Working Together."
In honor of International Women's Day, we held a panel discussion on Women in STEM with Huda Idrees, Founder and CEO of Dot Health; Andrea Stairs, CEO of eBay Canada; Marisa Sterling, Assistant Dean, Inclusivity and Diversity at the Lassonde School of Engineering; Jessica Yamoah, Founder of Innovate Inclusion.
Sarah Kaplan comments in the Canadian Press about Pepsico's new "Lady Doritos" product and the "tone deaf" process that might have produced the idea (appeared in Canadian Manufacturing and the Chronicle Herald)
Stanford Social Innovation Review
Laura Doering & Sarah Kaplan argue that the actual impacts of development policies aimed at improving women's lives happen in day-to-day interactions (Part 3 of a 5-part series with SSIR)
Sarah Kaplan is quoted in the Toronto Star on the unintended consequences of the new 18-month parental leave policy
Sonia Kang appears on TVO's The Agenda to talk about sexual harassment, power in organizations, and why it is so hard for women to come forward.
Sarah Kaplan joined former PM Kim Campbell for a panel discussion on women in leadership as reported by The Varsity
Rotman research showing that minority applicants fare worst at companies with a stated commitment to diversity is cited in Maclean's Magazine
If a board doesn't have any female directors, it is missing some critical skills that would improve its advisory capacity says GATE researcher Daehyun Kim in Forbes India