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Reflections on Why More Women Don’t Get to the C-Suite: A View from China

Reflections on Why More Women Don’t Get to the C-Suite: A View from China

Editor’s Note, 7/3: In consultation with the author, we have decided to remove the text of this article from HBR.org. We did not properly convey the cultural context of the author’s observations. We, the editors, take responsibility for this and apologize to the author and our audience.

7/2: We want to thank our readers who have raised questions and concerns about this article and offer more explanation around why we published it. As an international publication, one of our goals is to amplify voices from around the world. That was our intent with this piece, which was adapted from a feature that ran in the May 2020 edition of HBR China. Dr. Chen Chunhua is a preeminent professor of management at Peking University’s National School of Development (NSD) and she herself is a rare two-time female CEO.

However, during the editing process, we failed to address the well-known issues around structural sexism that hold women back — issues that HBR has covered in depth. It was our job to advise the author on how to best share her experiences on a global platform like ours and we let her — and our readers — down. We have updated the headline on this piece and are continuing to work with the author on further changes.

7/1: We’ve heard strong feedback to this article in the context of wider research on structural sexism — we hear you and we’re working to address those concerns. 

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