In just the past a few months, executives with Indian heritages have been announced as the new CEOs of Alphabet, IBM, and WeWork.
The appointments were being notable mainly because Asians have historically been underrepresented in leadership positions in the United States, despite currently being on typical greater-educated and wealthier than other ethnic teams. The perplexing phenomenon is recognised as the “bamboo ceiling.”
But these a few CEO appointments underscore new results by researchers from MIT Sloan College of Administration, Columbia Organization College, and the University of Michigan.
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