See below for reports regarding women in science, technology or math.
- 2013 Women’s Research—Defining Success
An Accenture survey released as part of our 2013 celebration of International Women’s Day found that more than two-thirds of female professionals around the world—and the same number of male respondents—say they can "have it all." Review the new research report, watch a video for highlights and view the inforgraphic on 'what makes women happy.
- Accenture Technology Vision 2012: Emerging Technology Trends for IT Leaders
Each year, Accenture Technology Labs sets out to determine the emerging IT developments that will have the greatest impact on enterprises, government agencies, and other organizations in the next three to five years. The vision team looks beyond the technology themes that are already driving change, and concentrates on the topics that will impact the agendas of today's CIOs. Review the 2012 vision to learn about the six trends at the heart of the future of technology and what it means for the business.
- 2012 Accenture Women’s Research—The Path Forward
A recent study, “The Path Forward,” released as part of Accenture’s 2012 celebration of International Women's Day, provides insight into behaviors and attitudes about women’s careers as well as the impact of company programs and family responsibilities. Visit Accenture’s website to review the full report, watch a video for highlights, and check out an infographic that reveals interesting insights into the Next Generation of the Working Woman. You can also review past women's research studies on other topics related to women and careers.
- CATALyst: The Double Bind Delimna for Women in Leadership
- CATALyst: The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women's Representation on Boards
- ICTC Diversity: The Competitive Edge
- Why so Few: Women in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics