The 100% Project has embarked on a comprehensive research program which focuses on two distinct areas: Women in Leadership and Organisational Change & Effectiveness.  Explore our published research (below) to access more detail on the research and to download content.  You can ensure you stay up to date with our research by subscribing.  Champions are also invited to add their comments.  Learn how to become a Champion here.

 

 

 

 

 

Gender Quotas – Why is the myth of meritocracy so sticky?

A Research study conducted by The 100% Project

The 100% Project’s latest research looks at how factors like meritocracy and unconscious bias influence diversity.

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Adaptive Leadership: An answer to gender imbalance in the workplace?

A Research study conducted by The 100% Project

The 100% Project’s latest research looks at how the framework of Adaptive Leadership can help solve the gender imbalance in leadership roles within Australian organisations.

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Leadership Quotas Can We Talk About Them Yet?

A Research study conducted by The 100% Project

The 100% Project’s latest research looks at what drives us to support (or not support) quotas. The results may surprise. Come and find out why.

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Men at Work: What they want & how unconscious bias stops them getting it

Research reveals men are unsatisfied with achievements in home and community life

The latest research report from the 100% Project identifies unconscious bias as a key influence in preventing men from achieving a work-life balance.

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Men at Work: What Men Want and Why it Matters to Women

A Research study conducted by The 100% Project in conjunction with Deakin University

There is a lot of research on what women want, and a wide range of gender equity programs based on the findings. Employers facing skill shortages and talent wars recognise the need for flexible working arrangements and part time work to attract and keep women in the workforce.

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Impact of the Economic Downturn on Women’s Progression in Australian Organisations

A Research study conducted by The 100% Project in conjunction with Deakin University

A study into increased adoption of alternative work arrangements by both genders due to the Global Financial Crisis and its impact on the participation and retention of female senior managers.

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