Researchers may publish their best work at any point in their careers, a new study reports. This is not the same as success being the result of random forces or just plain “dumb luck.”
It is time to reframe the gender diversity issue. Women are underrepresented in leadership and yet make better leaders. Robert Harington writes that it is up to all of us in leadership positions to tip the scales of diversity towards inclusion and balance.
Emma Brink discusses her experience as an intern for a publishing house, how to find such a position and how it can help build your career.
How well does the scholarly publishing field fare in terms of the number of women in leadership roles compared with others?
In an industry where energy, youth, and innovation are often valued over experience, what can be learned from a panel of wizened members of the publishing industry?