Dean of UCLA Anderson: We Need to Do More for Women

UCLA Dean Judy Olian Photograph by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images

In the eight years since I became dean of UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, the ranks of female chief executives in the Fortune 500 have nearly doubled—but only from 13 to 23. Business schools have the same problem: We are trying mightily to close the gap, but we are falling short.

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