Number of women in bussiness life is increasing over recent decades. However, the main role in corporate management still runs by men.
According to a research by a leading business school has shown that institutional gender imbalance in a corporation may be more than unfair, it may also be harming profits.
The study by the London Business School concluded that teams of employees where the gender balance is equal tend to come up with more creative and innovative ideas than groups only includes either men or women.The mixed gender groups are more likely to experiment, to pool knowledge and to complete their tasks as needed, the report by the school's Lehman Brothers Center for Women in Business says.Also they add that it is not important that team leads by a man or woman.
Lynda Gratton, a professor at the center and principal author of the study, said it appeared that teams work most effectively when there is a balance of genders because people have a tendency to contribute less effectively when they are aware they are in a minority.The findings go beyond simple lessons of majorities and minorities, the research also found.It showed that men and women have different experiences on their domestic life, it influences workplace performance as a positive or negative way. Research shows that supportive home life tends to make people better workers.furthermore, it shows us, men can easily be negative because of their home life, but women are not. because of working women's challenging life style.they got used to challenge the both.For example, having a child early and returning to work.