June 6, 2012
“Here’s at least one instance of parity among the sexes: Men and women are equally biased when it comes to choosing work partners, a new study suggests.
When selecting colleagues to collaborate with on a daily basis, males and females are both significantly more likely to choose someone of their own gender, according to an analysis by Innovisor, a Copenhagen-based management-consulting firm.”
In this Wall Street Journal article, the work of Innovisor is cited. In particular, our insights into collaboration between the two sexes. We found out that males and females are both significantly more likely to choose someone of their own gender, when they select colleagues to collaborate with on a daily basis. This insight resulted in a flow of extra citations in other articles, such as:
- Picking Someone for a Project? Chances are, He’ll Look Like You published in the Wall Street Journal
- New Study Says You Don’t Want to Work With the Opposite Sex published in Forbes
To read the full Wall Street Journal article, check out: https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303506404577448652549105934