Harvard Kennedy School's Iris Bohnet - companies can learn from orchestras who audition people behind curtains! - Edie Lush

Harvard Kennedy School’s Iris Bohnet – companies can learn from orchestras who audition people behind curtains!

banca on line I love the example Iris told me about how orchestras in the United States in the 1970s increased the amount of women they had in their pits.  At the time only 5% of musicians in the top five orchestras were women.  They made a conscious decision to make musicians audition behind curtains – this helped women advance to future rounds and get hired. Today around 38% of the musicians of the major orchestras are women.  

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