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First published in Multilingual Magazine, by Jeannette Stewart. If you want to translate this or other Multilingual articles, please click here.
According to “The Athena Factor,” a report published in the Harvard Business Review in 2008, women in tech often suffer career stagnation at the mid-point of their careers, a time when their male counterparts begin to move up. It is reported that women who do succeed, regularly experience great difficulty in capitalizing on their success. Lack of support from senior management in defining a career path, including sponsorship and mentoring, was found to be critical in this failing.