Interestingly enough, I suspect the tidbit about the kitchen is more related to email exchanges where females were part of the conversation without being in the conversation, if you know what I mean. Too bad the research didn't focus on that, because I figure it'd have detailed how badly broken the hierarchy was in terms of embracing diversity and female leaders. Oh well, maybe for a follow-up piece of research ... heh
Thanks again for sharing it along, Joachim! Way cool!
You can demo it here - http://sceenius.com/clicker/?code=demo (or create your own link with a new code)
UPDATE: click on the visual and move right for the latest one
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