Going digital is quickly becoming common practice -- or at least a common mandate -- at many companies. But while most executives have high expectations for the business benefits of digital initiatives, according to McKinsey's newest survey on the topic, the results suggest that digital's promise seems more of a hope than a reality.
In corporate America, 88% of men think women have at least as many opportunities to advance as men. This is the finding of a major new study--almost 30,000 employees across 118 companies--by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Company. Just 12% of men felt that women had fewer opportunities to advance in their organizations. Yet when you look at the actual data, women's odds of advancement are 15% lower than men's.
Sharing and social platforms have now been around for almost a decade, first among them took off in 2002, others followed; some are raising their heads even now. In the not too distant past everyone was going gaga over social media and its relevance to the enterprise and why it mattered to be on various social media platforms