A new study suggests that they do. Sasha Galbraith has been comparing male- and female-designed organizations. They differ considerably in the areas of business processes, reward systems and people practices. Women-run organizations tend to have more intensive, multi-directional communication patterns. They are often less hierarchical and have more egalitarian, person-centered reward structures. And women entrepreneurs typically fund multiple employee philanthropy projects. To learn more about Sasha Galbraith's research, go to her website or download this cover story from Talent Management magazine.
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Know your customer! She might be the one wearing the pants in the family and speaking a native tongue other than English.
But... 91% of women say businesses do not understand their needs