A Gathering of the Global Elite, Through a Woman’s Eyes
The New York Times profiles a day in the life of a “Davos Woman,” Harvard behavioral economist Iris Bohnet, one of the female leaders participating in the 2017 World Economic Forum. Women represent 1 out of 5 of the participants this year. Bohnet’s book What Works provides a guide to using behavior design to reduce gender inequality and de-bias organizations. The profile takes an honest look at how the forum itself is doing on the de-biasing front, from the perspective of a woman leader and behavioral expert.