This four-part audio series features the four panel conversations hosted at The BAD Conference. These panels focused on the roots of inequality, how to move towards real change, masculinity, and lessons from practice.
In this podcast, MBA Student Fellow Narjis Premjee interviews individuals who have covered or uncovered certain aspects of their identity in the workplace, such as their religion, ethnicity, marital status, disabilities, and sexual orientation.
Soraya Chemaly, Director of the Women’s Media Center Speech Project and award-winning writer, made the case for why we're angry, and why it matters in her latest book, "Rage Becomes Her." | April 30, 2019
GATE-funded research by Lauren Rivera and András Tilcsik appears in the Harvard Business Review.
Rotman Management Magazine
Sarah Kaplan explains how to approach the stakeholder trade-offs inherent in every business model.
Sarah Kaplan presents her work on going beyond the business case for gender equality at CRAM Toronto.
Assistant Professor Lee Airton discussed their latest book, "Gender: Your Guide: A Gender-Friendly Primer on What to Know, What to Say, and What to Do in the New Gender Culture." | April 09, 2019
It's important to acknowledge the unequal workplace outcomes on the basis of intersectionality, such as the gendered and racialized wage gap. Here are a few ways we can address these inequalities.
The growing participation rates of women in the workforce have been accompanied by increasing demand for childcare services. Those services, however, are proving inadequate. Here's how organizations can do better.
Canada lags behind other developed countries with regard to female representation on corporate boards and in management leadership. Here are six concrete steps we can take to close the gender gap in leadership.