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These days, there's a lot of focus on adding women to corporate boards. That's good - but it doesn't solve a much deeper problem.
As leaders, we must ask ourselves tough questions and face this year's challenges with a human perspective.
In the past year, a roll call of buzzy female founders have stepped down from (or been forced out of) the companies they started, after the leadership and culture of their businesses were questioned. What does that mean for the next class of women leaders?
The past can be our greatest teacher. Here's how it's making these entrepreneurs smarter and stronger today.
Customers and employees expect companies to be socially engaged. We asked eight entrepreneurs how to do that authentically.
From embracing unexpected changes to leaning on their teams, here's how these entrepreneurs are playing defense.
This year has been hard. But challenge often leads to the best ideas. These entrepreneurs share their biggest learnings.
Remote work is here to stay. Eight founders share the valuable lessons they've learned about their staff.
They weren't always easy, but they've kept these businesses moving forward.
From our Oct/Nov issue, these powerful women are changing the game.
The Project Runway host built a coding school, Kode With Klossy, to inspire a generation of tech-savvy women. But her real mission, she says, is much broader.