What does it take for a company—along with its brands and services—to remain relevant in a hypercompetitive global marketplace? Innovation. Anticipating and delivering on the changing needs of clients and customers requires companies that not only innovate today but are poised to innovate into the future. And it requires leaders who can inspire this to happen.
In an unprecedented study on how women lead change and innovation and comprising 392 executive-level interviews, the Everest Project discovered women leading transformational change that is having a profound effect on corporate culture. While invention and innovation have been historically a mostly male domain, creating cultures of innovation is where women leaders are making their mark today. The study findings, presented in The Eve of Change: Women Redefining Corporate America, offer a road map for how women across a diverse spectrum of backgrounds and perspectives, at the intersection of race, ethnicity, culture, and sexual orientation, are creating cultures that are poised to innovate into the future.
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