Powering China's Economic Force

Recruiting and hiring talented women isn’t enough. Organizations have to establish the practices and processes to enable highly qualified and ambitious women to flourish and contribute as fully as their male peers. Forward-thinking companies that learn to tap into the vast potential of female talent in China will gain a lasting competitive advantage and ensure continued growth, now and in the future.

Sylvia Ann Hewlett is the founding president and Ripa Rashid is executive vice president at the Center for Work-Life Policy. They can be reached at editor@talentmgt.com.

Article Keywords:   career development   China   women   biases  

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