• Toxic Leader Transition Mini Case Study: Yahoo! Inc. 2009-2012

      Campbell, Michael; Brown, Brandy A.; UA South Organizational Leadership (The University of Arizona., 2015-02)
      Independent Case Investigation completed as part of Dr. Brown's Industrial-Organizational Psychology Lab at the University of Arizona.
    • Where did you go? Encouraging female participation within Red Hat, Inc.

      Whittier, Jeremy; Kalel,Christina R.; UA South Organizational Leadership (The University of Arizona., 2016-05)
      As U.S.-based companies continue to struggle to fill science, engineering and technology (SET) positions with domestic talent, a large portion of the available workforce (women) continues to be underrepresented. This project discusses the strategic advantages of encouraging female workforce participation in SET roles within global technology companies. Three publicly traded companies - Netflix, Facebook and Red Hat, Inc. - are compared utilizing self-reported diversity numbers to see the varying levels of women in those workplaces. The diversity policies and benefits programs of these three companies are discussed as well as available corporate statements regarding workforce diversity policies. Finally, utilizing information from programs proven to increase women’s participation and retention within SET roles, suggestions are provided, namely sponsorship of women in the workplace.