An interview with Sheryl Sandberg
Women have made great strides and progress in the last century to the extent that they are almost on par with men, in terms of the workplace. This is especially true in the developed countries where legal framework and institutions exists that support the concept of equality in the workplace.
Yet islands of chauvinism still exists and the corporate 'glass ceilings' still exists when the rationale for this has all but disappeared in this information technology, post-industrial revolution age, where women are concerned. When some woman gets to lead a corporation, this is more an exception than a norm. This is changing, albeit slowly, at a glacial pace.
In the following interview on McKinsey Quarterly, Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook expands on the ideas in her new book: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead (Knopf, 2013). Watch the four video segments on the link.