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  1. Dennis Alexander
    Dennis Alexander replied to a Comment on Female leaders are missing in academia

    Thomas, I didn't introduce unconscious bias or any other excuse: I pointed out the distribution of genders in executive positions did not match the likely distribution of merit in the population - a purely…

  2. Dennis Alexander
    Dennis Alexander commented on Female leaders are missing in academia

    I'd hazard a rough guess that the distributions are mirror images of full-time parenting roles amongst academic couples - which, I suspect, is pretty much the same for other executive groups in other industries…

  3. Dennis Alexander
    Dennis Alexander replied to a Comment on Female leaders are missing in academia

    Thomas, you ask an ill-conceived question. The real question about the current incumbents that arises purely because of the gross gender imbalance is whether, given their preponderance exceeds the statistical…

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    Dennis Alexander replied to a Comment on Leadership: what it is (and isn't)

    In all of your cases Warwick sa well, in talking about 'leadership', you must ersort to the willingness of the followers to be led. The only cynical part about my view is the idea that the concept was…

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