This 20-page report was commissioned by Working Mother Research Institute and Diversity Best Practices.
In this report, Dr. Schomer looks at Indian professional women in comparative perspective, Indian family and gender roles in transition, generational differences, Indian women as corporate managers and leaders, success stories and role models, and generational differences.
The article includes case studies from IBM India, Infosys, Deloitte, and Johnson Controls, and details the most effective initiatives, programs and policies multinational corporations in India can use to attract and develop women employees.
Key take-away is 12 best practices employed by global and Indian multinational corporations to advance gender inclusion and the advancement of women.
You're welcome to download a copy of the full article from The India Practice website.
You can also see the press release sent out by Working Mother Research Institute and download the article from their site.
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Karine Schomer, PhD is President of Change Management Consulting & Training, LLC, and leads The CMCT India Practice, specializing in cross-cultural training and management consulting for doing business with India, competitive advantage through cross-cultural awareness, business etiquette and protocols, cross-cultural communication and teamwork skills, outsourcing management best practices, and offshore team leadership strategies. For more learning resources, check The Working and Managing Across Cultures Blog.