Blog Profile / Jena McGregor


URL :http://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jena-mcgregor?clsrd
Filed Under:Career & Jobs / Management
Posts on Regator:671
Posts / Week:2.7
Archived Since:April 20, 2011

Blog Post Archive

The secret to getting more women to the top could be giving fathers more time off

A new study finds a link between countries with many female leaders and more paternity leave for the guys

How the Carolina Panthers fired ahead without firing anyone

The Super Bowl-bound team is getting attention for doing something unusual for the NFL

Intel says there is no pay gap between men and women at the chipmaker

Its diversity report goes further than many of the ones shared by its tech giant peers.

Why performance reviews like Yahoo’s are out of favor

Performance review systems like Yahoo’s, at least as it’s been described, are disappearing from Corporate America, where evaluations are undergoing a revolution of sorts

For voters in Iowa, it’s decision time. Here’s how the ‘Deciders’ decide.

For any voters still trying to decide--even after studying the candidates’ platforms, backgrounds, and debate performances--the Post’s remarkable series ‘The Deciders’ offers a window into each of the GOP hopeful’s decision-making and leadership style.

‘The sequel to creativity': Adam Grant on turning ideas into reality

In his new book, Wharton’s popular youngest-tenured professor makes a case for how to act on creative concepts, encourage people to speak out, and manage cultures that don’t crowd out diverse ideas.

Xerox moves to split itself in two following pressure from Carl Icahn

The separation of the tech giant could call into question the future of chief executive Ursula Burns.

With Xerox split, the future for Ursula Burns is unclear

If she doesn’t stay on as CEO of one of the two new companies, the Fortune 500 could end up with no African American female CEOs

A Wall Street thriller where women take center stage

At the Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics just picked up what could be the first major movie starring a woman in a Wall Street leadership role that was also written, directed and produced by women.

Picturing the executive turnover at Twitter

It’s hard to conceptualize all the change at the top at Twitter -- but social media helpfully brings it to life.

The one CEO perk that’s not fading away

Plenty of companies are still paying for their top managers to get VIP executive health check-ups to help reassure investors

Why a major storm calls for major guidance from leaders

The travel ban put in place by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have been controversial, but it was the kind of clear guidance often needed in a time of crisis.

Sheryl Sandberg’s latest thoughts on women, work and equality

Sandberg took the stage at the World Economic Forum this week to discuss her current views on the state of gender parity.

Why companies should have snow days, too

In our iPhone-typing, VPN-accessing, laptop-toting work world, a “snow day” just isn’t what it used to be.

‘Voters Skeptical That 2016 Candidates Would Make Good Presidents.’ (That’s not an Onion headline.)

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Glassdoor ranks the 25 best jobs in America

Sorry kids, but astronaut, rock star and baseball player don’t make a showing.

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