So usually it’s women writing about the need for more women in tech. Here’s one father who says it’s the dudes who need to step up and start mentoring their daughters.
(via Ted Rubin’s blog STRAIGHT TALK) A guest post by John Andrews, Founder/CEO Collective Bias.
Where are all the women tech leaders?
With the exception of Facebook all of the high profile newcomers are led by primarily male teams. The inherent problem is we’re missing out on a significant source of brain power and innovation that at the end of the day will make these businesses less competitive. Additionally, as most people over the age of 2 have realized, men and women approach opportunities, problems and innovation from different angles. Leveraging both genders will build stronger, more vibrant companies.