'Niet de vrouwen moeten gerepareerd worden, maar het systeem'

woensdag, 18 mei 2016

Het Rijk haalt het streefcijfer van 30 procent vrouwen aan de top, werd vandaag bekend. Maar het bedrijfsleven lukt het van geen kant. 'Dat is gênant', zegt professor Dianne Bevelander van de Rotterdam School of Management (RSM). Bevelander is hoogleraar Management Education, gespecialiseerd in Women Management, en tevens directeur van het Erasmus Centre for Women and Organizations... Lees verder

Bron: deVolkskrant

Changing the Gender Paradigm through Business Education

Thursday, 12 May 2016

The EFMD and AACSB International are encouraging business schools to address the challenges of gender bias and yet sadly, progress remains decidedly slow. In 2016’s Financial Times ranking of global business schools, only 12 of the top 100 institutions had female leaders as deans, and the proportions of female board members, faculty and students stood at 24%, 26%, and 34% respectively. Yet these very business schools should be – and can be – game changers given that they are creating the business influencers of tomorrow... Read more

Source: QS TopMBA

Women in Leadership Conference primarily a source of inspiration

Thursday, 11 February 2016

First academic centre dedicated to advancing women's careers opens during RSM's Women in Leadership Conference in Rotterdam in February 2016. Women in business should embrace the unique skills they have as leaders rather than emulate male role models, famed author and mountaineer Rebecca Stephens told a packed lecture theatre during RSM's Women in Leadership conference on Friday 5 February 2016... Read more

Business schools urged to take the lead in overcoming gender inequality

Thursday, 11 February 2016

Business schools are obliged to address the under-representation of women in leadership roles ― according to a powerful inaugural lecture by Dianne Bevelander that sealed her official appointment as Endowed Professor of Management with a Focus on Women in Business at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) on Friday 5 February... Read more

Business schools ‘must challenge leader stereotypes’

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Women in Leadership conference host says schools must ‘deconstruct’ curricula to combat gender bias. A professor who is launching a new centre on women's role in the workplace has challenged business schools to ditch the stereotype of the white, male, corporate leader from their teaching of leadership. Dianne Bevelander, professor of management education with a focus on women in management at Erasmus University's Rotterdam School of Management, said that “new leadership no longer looks like a white man rescuing companies”... Read more 

Source: The Times Higher Education 

ING partners with ECWO

Friday, 8 January 2016

ING chose the Erasmus Centre for Women and Organisations (ECWO) to design and deliver the Women in Business programme because it is driven by exceptional people who share a passion for gender equality, with regard to both pay and opportunities within organisations. Introduced in 2015 and tailored to female employees at ING, the programme outlines a strategy with insights and examples from academic leaders in the fields of finance, communication, negotiation and management... Read more 

Closing the Gender Gap

Friday, 26 February 2015

What business schools can do to increase the number of women in the corporate world. Business schools should not only prepare women to succeed as leaders, but also lead the way in helping organizations welcome and support gender diversity. Yet business schools themselves are characterized by significant gender gaps at all levels, from administration and faculty to doctoral candidates and MBAs... Read more