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January, 2010


January 25, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – ‘Socialise’ Your Ideas

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"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", board, Boardroom, Careers, Leadership, Networking

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

As I discussed in my book, Beyond the Boys' Club, savvy...

January 18, 2010  11:36 AM

Stop being snobby about so called “non-technical” women

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geeks, Women in Technology

As mentioned in my last post, a complaint I hear fairly regularly about female technology entrepreneurs is that they're not really "techies", but that they're writers or marketing experts or consultants, and they can't be included in lists of women succeeding in IT. Despite the fact they make a...


January 18, 2010  9:00 AM

Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club – Getting the Most out of the Water Cooler

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"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, Leadership, Networking, Office Politics

Suzanne Doyle-Morris writes:

My book, Beyond the Boys' Club: Strategies for Achieving Career...

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January 15, 2010  4:20 PM

Career Development Tips for Women: Moving Beyond the Boys’ Club

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"Beyond the Boys' Club", "Suzanne Doyle-Morris", "women at work", Careers, Leadership

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January 15, 2010  3:31 PM

Women 2.0’s 100 female successes of 2009

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"Women 2.0", entrepreneurs, Women in Technology

I think most of these women are based in the US, but I still like this list on Women 2.0. It gives you 100 female internet entrepreneurs who all had ideas that were good enough to be successful in 2009.

I saw it on a tweet from...


January 12, 2010  12:06 PM

Frances Allen: first woman to win Turing Award

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"Bletchley Park", "Frances Allen", "Turing Award", IBM

Frances Allen was has become the first woman to receive the prestigious Turing Award since it was set up in 1966.

Allen is a fellow at IBM and was given the award for her achievements in optimising computer programs and high-performance computing systems.

She is a...


January 11, 2010  12:06 PM

Why “booth babes” reveal the technology industry’s sexism

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"Consumer Electronic Show", Booth Babes, Sexism

Gizmodo came up with an interesting video from the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas about "booth babes" - the scantily clad women who stand at stalls trying to stop people and sell them products.

It looked at...


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