Not only are women dogged by the glass cliff, new research shows that they are disproportionately more likely to get fired. . .
Women’s behaviour is often used to justify inequalities. I say it’s not women who are at fault, but a culture that can’t adapt to them.
Reflecting on Fat Cat Friday and the disproportionate impact pay inequality has on women and people of colour
A review of the evidence to date on the effectiveness of UBT in challenging bias
In honour (?) of Fatcat Friday, an analysis of pay inequality in the UK and how it (surprise, surprise) disproportionately affects women and people of colour
Unfortunately, startup success is not a meritocracy. Being white and male is still going to serve you better than being great at what you do.
Some thoughts on the thorny issue of how best to fund growth in a startup such as this
in which I attempt to articulate the narrative behind Umbrella
A reflection on trying to do business differently (and a little bit of cat news thrown in)
Peacocking displays of privilege, but they do not mar a great D&I conference
On how to hack a genuinely minimum viable product
The Chimp Paradox, and how to manage it.
Customer development 101 - speaking to humans. Less scary than it seems…
A reflection on the first weekend of the Escape the City startup accelerator