Femme-Travail – La course aux talents dans les économies émergentes

Femme-Travail – La course aux talents dans les économies émergentes

Where the Race for Talent Is Tight, Women Gain Speed

Publié dans le Blog de la Harvard Business Review, cet article de Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, que vous connaissez déjà par le résumé que je vous ai proposé de son livre Why Women mean Business, évoque le recrutement par les compagnies internationales de managers chinoises, russes ou brésiliennes. Je ne vous retranscris que la conclusion de l’article qui me semble intéressante et la carte du monde évoquant le ratio de femmes managers dans la population active par pays.  Food for thought !

Avivah Wittenberg Cox : « So what’s going on? Is there a new « gap » we can start to name the Mature Market Gender Gap, where western companies will increasingly gender balance in growth markets while remaining unbalanced at home? And where local companies in growth markets perpetuate a male dominated model?

If this is true, it will certainly make for some interesting future analyses of the competitive advantages of gender balanced workplaces. In the meantime, expect to see a lot of global companies start to move their senior Chinese, Russian and Brazilian women around to improve their overall gender balance. As companies strive for more senior executives that are both women and from growth markets, they may find that they can, if you’ll pardon the pun, get two birds with one chick. »

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