My first blog for Huffington Post was linked to the launch of Sheryl Sandberg's book Lean In so it feels fitting to write a post about Power Through Partnership: How Women Lead Better Together, by Betsy Polk and Maggie Ellis Chotas.Show More Summary
Facebook held its fourth-quarter and full-year-2014 earnings call after market close Wednesday, and advertising was obviously a major focus, with the social network reporting a record $3.59 billion in ad revenue for the quarter, 69 percent...Show More Summary
Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and other Facebook executives have often discussed the need to track conversions, and not just clicks, and the social network took a significant step in that direction with Tuesday’s announcement that...Show More Summary
Thanks to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her mega-bestselling book, Lean In, the gender-disparity debate has been front and center for years now in Silicon Valley. But another executive believes she is taking that concept one step further with her own organization, Upward. Her take: focus a...
"No industry or country can reach its full potential until all women reach their full potential. And this is especially true in science and technology, where women with a surplus of talent still face a deficit of opportunity."
Over the last couple of years, a great deal of attention has been drawn to the need for more women in leadership roles. That’s in part thanks to Sheryl Sandberg, the high priestess of the Lean In movement, who managed to turn a book about women’s careers into a veritable part of the national zeitgeist. It’s also due […]
The tech leaders gathered in Davos agreed on the value of bringing low-cost Internet access to the developing world.
He also discusses online dominance on a World Economic Forum panel with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, while Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is asked about privacy issues. read more
Last night at the World Economic Forum in Davos, a source close to a very important, big-spending Facebook client was going on and on about how great Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is. This person was saying that Sandberg is such a powerful...Show More Summary
"No industry or country can reach its full potential until women reach their full potential. This is especially true of science and technology, where women with a surplus of talent still face a deficit of opportunity," says Sheryl Sandberg,...Show More Summary
Why is Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) very aggressively expanding into areas one wouldn’t initially associate with social networking? It has a lot to do with Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s CEO, according to its COO Sheryl Sandberg. The comment was made by Sandberg in an exclusive interview with Reuters where she discussed just why Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) […]
2014 will forever go down in history as a year where people dumped buckets of ice water over their heads to raise money and awareness for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). The challenge spread because people publicly called upon others by name to participate. Show More Summary
"Speaking while female" stands to become the newest catchphrase from Sheryl Sandberg, who has been encouraging women to Lean In at work. A New York Times essay from Facebook's chief operating officer (along with Wharton professor Adam...Show More Summary
Over at [Equitable Growth](http://EquitableGrowth.org)--[The Equitablog](http://equitablegrowth.org/blog) [Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant: Why Women Stay Quiet at Work](http://equitablegrowth.org/2015/01/13/lunchtime-must-read-sheryl-sandberg-adam-grant-women-stay-quiet-work/)...Show More Summary
A 'no interruptions' rule in meetings helps female employees' voices heard, says Sheryl Sandberg.
Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant's NYT piece explains how one workplace created a "no interruption zone." Weird idea!
Since early 2013, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has been advocating for women in leadership. In a recent New York Times op-ed cowritten with Wharton professor Adam Grant, she explains that women tend not to speak up in meetings as frequently as men, in part because they are routinely interrupted or ignored. Show More Summary
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has been one of the loudest voices in tech when it comes to how women are treated in the workplace. Her 2013 book "Lean In: Women, Work, And The Will To Lead" focuses on encouraging women to take on leadership roles. Show More Summary
2014 has been inspired by Maya Angelou to Robin Williams to Sheryl Sandberg
Twitter finds itself in need of a focused outsider to help the company go from good to great.