Genpact launched a two-step program to empower women in the company and improve gender diversity. In 2014, the overall gender diversity ratio at Genpact’s leadership level was 22%. Only 15% of the leadership team of the BFS Vertical (Assistant Vice President and above) were women. Now, women represent 39% of Genpact’s global labor force.
A private, nonprofit and tuition-free computer programming school created and funded by French billionaire Xavier Niel. School has campuses in Paris and in Fremont, California. The school offers peer-to-peer education for digital skills completely free of charge 24/7.
New Skills at Work focuses on creating economic mobility and career pathways for underserved populations, also helps forecast emerging skill sets for JPMorgan Chase employees and proactively develop new training programs to prepare the firm’s workforce for changes in technology and business.
The case describes an employment program for people with autism
The platform makes learning math enjoyable and focuses on a growth mindset at each student's level of math knowledge and challenging it on individual level.