You know that guy who loves to rain on your gender equality parade by telling you that men’s and women’s brains are fundamentally different? Now you can tell him that science says he’s wrong. A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences examined thousands o
Kat Gordon started the 3% Conference three years ago to change the fact that only three percent of creative directors in advertising are female. (We know—crazy, right?) At its annual conference in New York last week, the organization announced a plan to do more than talk about the pro
Raise your hand if you want to add $12 trillion to the world’s economy over the next decade. …Is everyone’s hand raised? Good news! Researchers say we can make it happen by addressing gender inequality. According to the McKinsey Global Institute, improving economic, legal, and politic
Kristen Griest and Shaye Haver were hailed as trailblazers when they became the first women to graduate from the Army’s grueling Ranger School last month. They showed the Army what it was possible for women to achieve—and now we know the Army was paying attention. The Army announced W
Remember that great Fortune column by Warren Buffett a few years ago on how women are the world’s greatest untapped resource and the key to America’s economic prosperity? We might return to it as we think about what makes startups successful. In his presentation at LEAN UX NYC last ye
For months, I’ve been obsessed with the question, “How do we stay with a story and think about it deeply after it passes through the news cycle?” With information moving so fast, so much of it coming at us once, and so much incentive for media companies to keep throwing it at us 100 d
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