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Many have asked Karen to respond about the James Damore situation. So, she thought about a hypothetical: "What If I had James Damore of Google on a team?" This blog is her answer, including techniques she's employed successfully in the past.
In this recording of a YouTube Live Event, Karen covered the latest from the Women in High Tech Retention (WIT-R) Project. She introduced the key retention factors, and then shared some of the interventions, along with some exercises you can try out.
Using the research and principles from games for good, at team from the University of Maryland is creating a Career Power board game. Intrigued? Help us test it at our next research game night!
In "One Woman’s Journey in High Tech: Passion and Partnership" Karen shares her personal journey and the role of Guides, Partners, Coaches, and Supporters throughout the arc of her life.
Karen's article in Network Computing outlines the critical factors companies should focus on in order to retain women working in IT. The article is a great introduction to work being done by the Women in Tech Project.