Why Women CEOs Are More Likely to be Forced Out

fastcoCompanies like to promote familiar faces, which is why an average of 76% of all CEOs come up through the ranks - but it’s men who are more likely to be on that track. Stephanie Vozza's recent article in FastCompany, "Why Women CEOs Are More Likely to be Forced Out", brings to light a number of reasons why women make up a mere 5% (when the data in the article was compiled it was only 3%) of CEOs in the United States. Vozza suggests companies rotate more women into line positions such as sales and manufacturing. Read more here