Ignoring past traditions, the Sultan of Yogyakarta has become an unlikely champion for equality by making his eldest daughter heir apparent.
In the 1980s, being a woman running a business was enough of a challenge in itself, but the fact that I was a woman and operating in construction was a complete anomaly.
In a recent study, Victoria Brescoll, a social psychologist at Yale School of Management, examined whether female leaders are judged more harshly for small mistakes when in traditionally male occupations.
A panel at our First Women Summit 2016, supported by the CBI, tried to tackle the issue of whether females sometimes needed to turn a blind eye to inappropriate behaviour in order to further the case of women in business.
After having made a joke about how she hoped her granddaughters dated a nerd in case he turned out to be the next Mark Zuckerberg, Darlene Loretto probably didn't expect the man himself to tell her to think bigger.
Banks and financial services are constantly looking for innovations for technological platforms to enhance customer experience, and to stay at the top of the finance profession, I joined the MBA programme at HEC Paris to learn what financial leaders need to know today.
While revealing evidence on the causes of the gender pay gap problem, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) said that the senior level gender pay gap was much higher now than it had been in 2005.
Ida Tin, founder of Clue, discusses why she believes her workplace should be the norm, not the minority, as well as discussing the many benefits of creating a workplace where parental leave is flexible and children are welcomed in to the office.
Recruitment entrepreneur Beatrice Bartlay has refuted celebrity cook Annabel Karmel’s comments on how women cannot keep up with men in the workplace.
Sandra Kerr OBE, race equality director at Business in the Community, highlights the furore around Idris Elba playing James Bond as an example of how unconscious racial bias can slip into recruitment.
Following the recent "I look like an engineer" campaign, Oscar Macia, CEO of ForceManager, looks at gender imbalance in IT, why it exists and how to change dated perceptions of IT as a "male only" career choice.
Diversity is disappointingly far from being delivered when it comes to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We asked Yvonne Baker, winner of the 2015 First Women of Science & Technology award, about how to lure more females into the sector.