Women Leaders in Operations – Breaking the Gender Inequality Impasse in India

India Inc. celebrated a second independence day in 1991, as laissez-faire reforms opened the markets and drove an unprecedented number of people into the workforce. Over the past three decades, India’s GDP has grown over 30 times driven by a rise in per-capita income. The entry of women into the workforce—spurred by new opportunities in education and corporate world—has played a major role in driving this growth. During this time, women have made their mark across myriad sectors, including banking and financial services, technology, pharmaceuticals, and media.

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