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Learn about the success that organisations have achieved by diversifying their companies to include women in more senior roles, as well as some of the challenges that women face – simply because they are women.

Articles & Reports

Women in the Workplace 2022

Women are demanding more from work, and they’re leaving their companies in unprecedented numbers to get it.
Report by McKinsey &Company and LeanIn.Org

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Global Gender Gap Report 2022

In 2022, the global gender gap has been closed by 68.1%. At the current rate of progress, it will take 132 years to reach full parity.
World Economic Forum Report

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Draw in diversity by changing the interview

The traditional engineering code test and interview process is extremely stressful, unnecessarily complex, fraught with implicit bias. Here’s how to change that.
Article by The WIT Network

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Women in cybersecurity roles thrived during 2020 in the Covid Pandemic

49% of female cybersecurity pros say the pandemic had a...
Article from Help Net Security.

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A year on, working women haven’t got their dues.

The covid-19 crisis has disproportionately affected women globally...
Article from Mint.

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Ten things to know about gender equality

Since 2015, progress toward gender equality has been marginal, and now COVID-19...
Article from McKinsey.

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Women in the workplace 2020

A year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, women in corporate America are...
Article from McKinsey.

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COVID-19 and gender equality: Countering the regressive effects

As COVID-19 continues to affect lives and livelihoods around the world, we can...
Article from McKinsey.

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The pandemic’s gender effect

Women are disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Here’s how to help.
Article from McKinsey.

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Articles and reports

Browse this very rich source of articles and reports with gender focus.
Articles from McKinsey.

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Become an ally

Gavriella Schuster’s TED Talk

Listen to Gavriella Schuster’s (former Corporate Vice President MS + IAMCP Advisory board) TED Talk introducing the concept of Allyship.


Download the eBook to learn how to become an ally.

#ALLIES Journey

Gavriella's training program that equips every individual in your organization to be an ally and to promote a culture of allyship through practical tools and insights.

IAMCP Resources

Female leadership is great for business success

There has been a growing interest in increasing diversity in the workplace, driven in part by research by companies such as McKinsey…

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EMEA case study: Columbus

With 2,000 employees worldwide, Columbus UK developed a number of initiatives that help women to increase their visibility and apply for senior positions.

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Americas case study: Cloud9 Infosystems

Get inspired by the Cloud9Infosystems Diversity and Inclusion Story

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Allied organizations

Diversity & Inclusion around the world

The WIT Network

A global and local Not For Profit organization providing inspiration, education, mentoring, networking and practical advice to empower women (and men) to build and grow their careers in technology and pursue their ambitions.

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Women Executive Channel Advisory Network

Creating a more inclusive channel economically empowers women and future-proofs the technology ecosystem. WECAN offers advisory, mentorship, and educational programs intended to elevate more women into technology leadership roles.

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Women in Cloud

A community-led economic development organization, has a massive mission: to take action with global leaders, corporations and policymakers to help women entrepreneurs create $1 billion in economic access and opportunity by 2030

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Microsoft initiatives


Our Microsoft DigiGirlz programs give middle and high school girls* opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.

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(Women Executive Channel Advisory Network)

Hear from Microsoft’s Sherlaender “Lani” Phillips, Vice President, US Channel Sales and Founder of WECAN, about the formation of WECAN and how our charter to build a pipeline of women tech leaders was born.

BeCOME an ally

How to achieve gender equity

Listen to Gavriella Schuster’s TEDx CherryCreek Women talk and learn how to become an ally through connection, outreach, mentorship and empowerment.

Interview with Ayumi Moore Aoki on Diversity and Inclusion

A social #womenintech #diversity #digitaltransformation entrepreneur committed to driving positive, sustainable change through technology.

Interview with Dr. Cara Antoine on Diversity and Inclusion

We talk about the importance of role models, and the way the Women in Technology in the Netherlands is flipping the script to bring more women into technology. Dr. Antoine is the Managing Director of Digital Transformation at IG&H. She is also President of the Women in Technology movement in the Netherlands, which globally has over 65K members.

Interview with Wendy Garcia on Diversity and Inclusion

Wendy is the Chief Diversity Officer for the City of New York Comptroller’s office. Through her work, she has increased contracting opportunities for Women- and Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) across the agencies in the city of NY.

Interview with Unoma Adeyemi

An interview with Unoma Adeyemi who is the COO and co-founder of a social enterprise Wentors – a global online community of women in technology where successful women in IT nurture upcoming women through mentoring.

Webinar recordings

The Transgender Techie

Dr. Mary Ann Horton shares her journey as a C language developer, a leader of an early email and social media movement in the 1980s, and her discovery of herself as a transgender woman, thriving while working in a male-dominated field, and changing the world - one Fortune 500 company at a time - to support transgender workers.

If you have a successful D&I initiative implemented in your organisation, we would love to hear from you!

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