By Bunita Sawhney Women control upwards of 80% of household buying decisions, yet too much of our world was designed without their needs in mind, and without them involved. This results in missed opportunities that hold us all back. The solution is clear: having women—and their perspectives—firmly represented in product development leads to better products for …
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When Angel Roth left the workplace 13 years ago, she took her skills in IT financial services with her. She approached parenting with the same calm outlook she had brought to the workplace: tackling large tasks by breaking them down into manageable pieces, checking each step off along the way and encouraging her children and …
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Too much of our world was designed without women in mind –and without women involved. Even today, inequality and exclusion still hold women back. That’s why Mastercard is pushing our networks further, forging ambitious partnerships and championing the people, businesses and innovations that are transforming the way our world works. First, we’re focused on how …
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By Michael Fraccaro, chief people officer and executive sponsor of LEAD, and Ron Green, chief security officer and executive advisor to LEAD Our success is driven by our people. And, more inclusive businesses are more successful businesses. That includes Mastercard. With a diversity of viewpoints, we can be more creative, innovative and adaptive to our changing world—ensuring …
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