Achieving gender parity in the consulting industry may sound like a pipe dream. But many consulting firms have begun making the dream a reality through commitment and participation on the part of both men and women – at all levels of the organization. Most importantly, these firms understand that senior leadership must pave the way toward gender diversity, because doing so is not just the right thing to do; it is a business imperative. Research shows that firms with strong gender diversity programs in place attract and retain better talent, lead the way in innovation, and are ultimately more successful than their competitors.
But how can you get there?
Listen to TSIA’s VP of Research, Julia Stegman; Senior Partner and Managing Director of The Boston Consulting Group, Matt Krenz, and former IBM executive and current SVP of Global Consulting at Deltek, Natasha Engan, as they share their insights on the role of gender diversity in the consulting industry.
Tune in to learn:
VP Research, Service Revenue Generation, TSIA
SVP Global Consulting, Deltek
Senior Partner and Managing Director, Global People Chair, The Boston Consulting Group
Publish Date: April 24, 2018
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