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Whether it's business (16%), law (18%), journalism (22%) or the military (11%), women leaders have yet to achieve critical mass. The question is why and what will it take to have a breakthrough in those numbers?
Under a U.S.-backed quota requiring that at least one quarter of Iraq's lawmakers be female, women have carved a foothold in the Iraqi political system. The country is holding its second parliamentary elections under the system on Sunday.
Submitted by kpeterson on Wed, 03/03/2010 - 10:20am
Are companies and firms that pay a premium to recruit up-and-coming talent effectively leveraging their investment in the leadership pipeline? And what impact has the economic downturn had on the careers of these cream-of-the-crop future leaders?