What are the ways in which an organization develops its top talent, and is the selection criteria biased in a way that self selects people who look like those already in key positions? By Telle Whitney (President & CEO, Anita Borg Institute) John Chambers recently wrote a memo to his leadership team articulating his realization [...]
Posts Tagged "Technical Women Leaders"
By Bianca Bosker (Technology Editor, The Huffington Post) Cisco Systems’ chief technology officer Padmasree Warrior is one of the most powerful women in Silicon Valley. She is responsible for around two-thirds of Cisco’s revenues, which totaled $43 billion in the most recent fiscal year and, with her colleague Pankaj Patel, oversees more than 22,000 engineers. [...]
By Karen Zeller (Contributing Writer, Women 2.0)
By Laurie Segall (Reporter, CNN Money) Tiffani Bell, a NewMe participant and founder of online appointment booking site Pencil You In, relied on her coding chops to get her startup ready in time for Demo Day — an event where Silicon Valley investors gather to field pitches from companies seeking funding. Bell studied computer science [...]
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) This morning at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC, Julia Hu (Co-Founder & CEO of Lark) got engaged while presenting her startup onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC — her boyfriend inserted a proposal slide into her deck. Meanwhile, attendees at the National Center for Women in Technology annual summit were [...]