A week after International Women's Day, and as rallies to support injustices against women are happening in Australia's capital cities, iTWire is publishing Peggy de Lange's longer op-ed on IWD2021 as a reminder to all.
While Australian Government figures show women make up half the private sector workforce, they make only a third of key management positions. This International Women’s Day theme is “choose is to challenge”, and Kathryn Vosper, a technology firm executive, is living evidence we can all reject bias, and instead be a leader in standing up for what is right.
By failing to involve more general staff, company leaders hinder DX progress
GUEST RESEARCH by Pegasystems: While businesses are doubling down on digital transformation (DX), new research from Futurum Research found that organisational leaders are leaving many of their employees behind in the process. The study revealed that 94 per cent of all employees want to be more involved in DX, and almost half (44%) of the general staff say they simply don’t know how to help. This not only disenfranchises some employees, it can also slow the pace of DX success.
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She didn't walk away empty handed, she got a partial win which meant she got 50% of the prize value
It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?