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Dec 2018
... “male” are not the only gender options; it is, however, a necessary step. Recommendations for CIOs: Rigorously examine issues such as pay equity, retention and attrition of people of difference, and composition of leadership teams, for starters. Reporting on the gender pay gap is required by law in some ...

Analyst(s):   Carol Rozwell   |   Debra Logan   |   Mike Rollings

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Dec 2018
... Be Fired for Racist Remarks,” Society for Human Resource Management. 65 ”The Simple Truth About the Gender Pay Gap,” American Association of University Women; “Employers Admit There’s a Gender Pay Gap. What About Race?” The Guardian; “Meta-analysis of Field Experiments Shows No Change in Racial Discrimination ...

Analyst(s):   Quality Research Team

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Nov 2018
... Brown, K., Bradley, L. “Explanations for the Provision-Utilization Gap in Work-Life Policy.” Women in Management Review. 2005. [12]Cahusac, E., Kanji, S. “Giving Up: How Gendered Organizational Cultures Push Mothers Out.” Gender, Work, and Organization. 2014. Stone, P., Lovejoy, M. “Fast-track Women ...

Analyst(s):   CEB CIO Research Team

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Dec 2018
... through 74 years, and quotas and weights were applied within each country for gender, age, region and income (except in the UAE). The results are representative of the respective online populations with respect to age, gender, region and income (except for the UAE). The UAE sample accessed respondents ...

Analyst(s):   Stessa Cohen

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Jul 2018
... organizations with noticeable gender imbalances will be challenged to attract and retain millennial talent. Supply chain leaders responsible for talent strategy and governance should: Take a proactive approach to bridging the gender gap by setting formal goals or general objectives around gender equality. Increase ...

Analyst(s):   Caroline Chumakov   |   Dana Stiffler

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Nov 2018
... from a specific gender, ethnic group, age or other category), and collect only information relevant for candidate evaluation. Step 3: Hiring team members are provided with only the data they need to determine the candidate match to the role (in which case, elements such as name or gender might be omitted ...

Analyst(s):   John Kostoulas   |   Melanie Lougee
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Aug 17, 2018
... vulnerable to pay inequities. Our research shows the average organization’s gender pay equity gap is 27% — ...
Nov 20, 2018
... the CEO. By 2021, the CDO role will be the most gender-diverse of all technology-affiliated C-level positions ...
Jan 9, 2019
... promotions for opportunities to correct pay and promotion gaps.    No. 8: Embrace the language of leadership ...

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May 2018
... skills will also help to improve the gender balance in the CDO role. According to TalentNeuron, 49% outside of IT have these skills, versus 22% inside IT. 9 While data and analytics is more diverse than other areas of IT, it is far from being gender balanced. This gender gap will require leaders to put in ...

Analyst(s):   Rita Sallam   |   Debra Logan   |   John Kostoulas   |   Cindi Howson

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Jan 2019
... Diversity initiatives in the workplace have also become associated almost exclusively with highly visible gender, race or ethnic associations. These legacy diversity topics such physical attributes, gender, national origin and age are easy to identify and straightforward to measure. True diversity, however ...

Analyst(s):   Carol Rozwell   |   Suzanne Adnams

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Jun 2018
... Fixing Managers." Harvard Business Review. 9 "What We Learned About Management in 2016, in 19 Charts." Harvard Business Review. 10 " How to Close a Gender Gap: Let Employees Control Their Schedules." The New York Times. 11 "How to Take the Bias Out of Interviews." Harvard Business Review. 12 Labor Force ...

Analyst(s):   Roberta Witty

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Sep 2018
... were screened for minimum age (18 and older) and regular internet usage in the past three months. We established quotas by demographic segments — age, gender, income and region — to approximate the internet-using population within each country. The responses have been weighted to ensure that the results ...

Analyst(s):   Brad Holmes   |   Miriam Burt   |   Juergen Weiss   |   Stephen Smith

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Oct 2018
... February 2018 among 4,019 respondents in the U.S. and the U.K. Respondents ranged from 18 through 74 years old, with quotas and weighting applied for age, gender, region and income. Results are representative of each country’s online population. The survey was developed by Gartner analysts familiar with the ...

Analyst(s):   Jessica Ekholm

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Oct 2018
... screened for minimum age (18 and above) and regular internet usage in the previous three months. Quotas were established by demographic segments — age, gender, income, region — to approximate the internet-using population within each country. The responses have been weighted to ensure that the results are ...

Analyst(s):   Mark E. Gilbert   |   Jeff Cribbs

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Apr 2018
... Spencer Stuart, January 2017. Some 12.5% of Fortune 500 CFOs are women. 4 "The Key to Closing the Gender Gap? Putting More Women in Charge," The World Economic Forum, November 2017. 5 I. Bohnet, "What Works, Gender Equality by Design," Belknap Press, March 2016. G00357860 Our 2018 survey, conducted in partnership ...

Analyst(s):   Dana Stiffler   |   Amber Salley   |   Lisa Callinan

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May 2018
... positions, and how to attract and retain security talent. The Gartner 2016 Security and Risk Management Gender Diversity Survey: Results presented are based on a Gartner study conducted to explore how gender diversity impacts the ability of an organization to manage its information security and risk management ...

Analyst(s):   Sam Olyaei   |   Mark Coleman   |   Matthew T. Stamper

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Dec 2018
... user engagement event3 Newsletter Signup N/A Increase conversion rate eVar1 Coupon Color “Blue” Increase conversion rate eVar2 Gender “Female” Increase conversion rate by gender eVar3 Newsletter Name “The Monthly Mashup” Increase user engagement pageName Page Name “Coupon Download:Blue” Increase user engagement ...

Analyst(s):   Bill Delrieu

Jan 2019
... different supply chain functions, geographical regions or lines of business. Consider other forms of diversity when organizing your working group, such as gender, age and length of employment with your team. These diverse perspectives will help you incorporate ideas and language that will resonate strongly throughout ...

Analyst(s):   Pam Fitzpatrick

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Dec 2018
... minimum age criteria (18 and above) and regular internet usage in the previous three months. Quotas were established by demographic segments — age, gender, income and region — to approximate the internet-using population within each country. The responses were weighted to ensure that the results would ...

Analyst(s):   Jeff Cribbs

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Apr 2018
... behavior and attitudes around the use of mobile apps. The surveys seek to explore how these trends are evolving, and to compare and contrast country, gender and age group differences. Gartner Mobile Apps Survey 2017: The survey was conducted online in three countries from 10 November through 23 December ...

Analyst(s):   Stephanie Baghdassarian

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Dec 2018
... automated alerts when processing new data. For example, when data exceeds (or falls below) certain thresholds (e.g., the percentage of customers by gender shouldn’t change by more than X% per month). Also, create business processes for what to do when errors do occur (rollback, reprocess, etc.), especially ...

Analyst(s):   James Meyers

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Oct 2017
... social styles as well as gender, culture and ethnicity. Given that other parts of the business tend to be more diverse, could it be that a monocultural IT workforce is contributing to these communication difficulties? More importantly, can these problems be solved by simply paying more attention to diversity ...

Analyst(s):   Debra Logan   |   Carol Rozwell