LEVERAGING STRATEGIC ALLIANCES GFOA WOMENS CONFERENCE MARCH 7,

LEVERAGING STRATEGIC ALLIANCES GFOA WOMENS CONFERENCE MARCH 7,

LEVERAGING STRATEGIC ALLIANCES GFOA WOMENS CONFERENCE MARCH 7, 2018 1 TOPICS TODAY How to leverage strategic alliances within and outside your organization? Mentorship Sponsorships Expanded Use of Technology-Social Media Building Networks that are Unconventional Interconnected, Global

2 WHY ARE STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IMPORTANT? #METOO #INCLUSIONRIDER Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. 3 GETTING TO EQUAL: ACCENTURE RESEARCH FOR IWD 2017/2018 2017: What is impact of digital and technology on the advancement of women? 2018: What is effect of workplace culture on

womens advancement? Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. 4 2018 SURVEY: MORE THAN 22,OOO ONLINE INTERVIEWS IN 34 COUNTRIES Sample: equally split between working women and working men Americas: Argentina Brazil Canada Mexico US

New for 2018: Added New Zealand, Poland and Turkey Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. Europe: Austria Denmark Finland France Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Poland Spain Sweden

Switzerland Turkey UK Middle East: Saudi Arabia UAE South Africa Asia Pacific: Australia/New Zealand China (Greater) India Indonesia Japan Malaysia

Philippines Singapore 5 WHAT WE FOUND Action in three categories changes the culture of the workplace: Bold Leadership: a diverse leadership team that sets, shares and measures equality targets openly Comprehensive Action: policies and practices that are familyfriendly, support both genders and are bias-free in attracting and retaining people Empowering Environment: one that trusts employees, respects individuals and offers freedom to be creative and to train and work flexibly Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved.

6 MENTORSHIP Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. 7 WOMEN ON THE FAST-TRACK ARE MORE LIKELY TO PARTICIPATE IN WOMENS NETWORKS Fast-track women are almost twice as likely to participate in a womens network 81% of women work at organizations without a womens network Do you participate in a womens network at your organization?

21% Fast-track women 14% 7% 10% 69% 12% All women 8%

4% 7% Yes - for men and women 81% Yes - women only Q41 No - I choose not to No - none exists

Base = All women; Fast-track women = 128 SPONSORSHIP Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. 9 WOMEN ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE ON THE FAST-TRACK IN ORGANIZATIONS WITH AT LEAST ONE FEMALE SENIOR LEADER Approximately what proportion of your organizations senior leadership team (e.g., CEO, Managing Director, CFO, COO) are women? Proportion of women on the fast-track. Fast-track employees comprise a fifth of our study sample, typically reach manager level within five years and lead their peer group in terms of advancement in the workplace. 18% 15%

All male senior leadership At least one woman in senior leadership Caution: low base Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. Q13 Base = All women; One woman: 626; No women: 74 10 IMPACT OF DIGITAL

Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. 11 DIGITAL FLUENCY ACCELERATES CLOSING THE GENDER GAP Copyright 2017 Accenture. All rights reserved. 12 UNCONVENTIONA L NETWORKS Copyright 2018 Accenture. All rights reserved. 13

LEADERS EMBRACE PARTNERSHIPS Leaders more likely to partner Work with at least one private partner to get knowledge, guidance or information that feeds into their innovation activities Who they partner with Nonprofit s 41.7 % 25.4 %

58 % 45 % Startups 39.6 or new % digital 24.7 companie % s Crowdsourcin

g platform for ideas Innovation Leaders 39.6 % 25.6 % Everyone Else 14 INTERCONNECTE D AND GLOBAL

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