SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A year after Facebook Inc's fumbled IPO, Wall Street remains slow to recognize what Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg argues has been an across-the-board improvement in its business.
Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" reveals honest truths about gender and success in the workplace
Storytelling is of course very much an idea whose time has come. And brands are increasingly use story formats to express themselves and to explain their place in the market and the world. But, if I may reference Sheryl Sandberg, what gives a story “lean-in” value? In this 2012 TED talk, filmmaker Andrew Stanton explains [...]
Image Credit: USAG Humphreys on FlickrBy Guest Contributor Dori Maynard; originally published at the Maynard Institute Dear Sheryl Sandberg, You advise women to lean in and speak up. I’m taking your advice. I can’t tell you how disappointed I was in the Father’s Day feature on which your Lean In Foundation collaborated with Time magazine. Not one African-American father …
Remember how Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In intro grabbed you from the first page with her story about being pregnant during her time at Google? Porter Gale does an equally impressive job at drawing you in.
Sheryl Sandberg may be doing lots of promotion for her New York Times best-selling Lean In, and of course, pushing a pop culturally savvy catch phrase. But don't get Sheryl wrong. She is still "leaning in" to her job over at the Facebook headquarters. Show More Summary
What does Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg really want? Fresh Dialogues explores Sandberg's top 5 wish list on this special day, 50 years after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act.
Just in time for graduation gift-giving, Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In will perch atop the June 16 edition of the New York Times bestseller list. Since its publication three months ago, Lean In has sold more than 600,000 copies. Read more...
While Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her critics argue over who's to blame for the glass ceiling -- women or society -- one potential equalizer getting short shrift in the conversation is education, in particular an MBA.
Sheryl Sandberg after Facebook's 37% stock drop: “When I look at our performance as a company a year ago when we went public today, I think we are unequivocally a stronger company.”
Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg’s non-profit organization, is challenging recent female graduates to overcome their fear and take risks. The organization asked young women in and around New York to answer one question: “What would you do if...Show More Summary
This week I attended the All Things D Conference in Ranchos Palos Verdes. It is always a stellar event. The good and great of the tech industry were there: Tim Cook, Sheryl Sandberg, Dick Costolo, Max Levchin, etc. But Elon … Read more ›
What would you do if you weren’t afraid? That’s what LeanIn.org, the organization established by Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, author of Lean In: Women, Work And The Will To Lead, wants you to ask yourself. Would it be calling yourself a writer or a musician? Would it be asking for more money? Would it be standing [...]
In Sheryl Sandberg’s latest efforts to inspire women worldwide, the Facebook COO has launched a new project targeting recent college graduates. The What Would You Do if You Weren’t Afraid campaign asks young women to answer the question and then take action. Show More Summary
You've probably heard of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Apple’s Steve Wozniak, but who knows the second-in-commands at Tumblr or Evernote or Dropbox? That's because the people running the show behind the David Karps and Phil Libins and...Show More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg talks books and professional advice at D11.
Product announcements? Absolutely not! But the social network's head grownup has plenty to say about big picture stuff.
Speaking at the AllThingsD event, Sandberg wouldn't be drawn on M&A matters, but did say she liked Google's Glass device. Just as Tim Cook faced tricky questions from the stage and the audience at the D11 event yesterday, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg took questions in the hot seat today. Show More Summary
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg confirmed Wednesday at the D11 conference that the social network of one billion members will not develop an offsite mobile ad network. Sandberg said once again that Facebook is focused wholeheartedly on mobile and won’t allow itself to grow distracted by outside projects, regardless of how attractive they may be. “Mobile [...]
A year from now, let's hope it'll be much harder to accidentally share your college debauchery pictures on Facebook.