• Ideation
  • >12.06.17
  • Reviewing
  • >
  • Voting
  • >13.06.17
  • Implementation

Women are not involved to organization's decision making process

Wed 24.5.2017 9:51 am

Organization management is an important issue and employees are usually involved with it. That creates a better connection between organization and an employee and makes employees feel more responsible for an organization. The same method is used in the IT field too.  However, IT organizations, where the majority of employees are men, lack of a crucial women's perspective in decision making process. As research shows, this causes team productivity, organizational effectiveness and financial health. For this reason, it is important to involve women to decision making process as they might provide crucial insights for organizational development.

Rank

Decision making process requires to take a responsibility and have a forsight for future changes and influences. Many organizations to reduce the negative influences that might occur after taking one or another decision, involve its' employees to help in this process. In the IT field, a majority of employees are men, so, the lack of women's insights are notable. Women, as the active games, social media and networks users, and active technology users, should be involved to the decision making process and their insights have a crucial role - they stand for other female users.

0
88
0

Decision making process requires to take a responsibility and have a forsight for future changes and influences. Many organizations to reduce the negative influences that might occur after taking one or another decision, involve its' employees to help in this process. In the IT field, a majority of employees are men, so, the lack of women's insights are notable. Women, as the active games, social media and networks users, and active technology users, should be involved to the decision making process and their insights have a crucial role - they stand for other female users.

88
0

Interact with this Challenge

138
0
Contribution:
1 idea
0
2
0

Challenge area(s)

HR practices and management processes
Institutional communication

Target groups affected by the Challenge

Academic staff members
(Junior) Professors
Postdoctoral researchers
Doctoral researchers (PhD candidates)
Lecturers or tutors (teachers, but not researchers)
Non-Academic staff members
Members of committees and decision-making bodies
The more people know about this Challenge, the more Ideas addressing it could emerge. Get more people involved by sharing information about this Challenge on your social media and help us confront gender inequalities!