Women can be innovators, too, researchers say

01/19/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Women have all the key attributes needed to become corporate innovators except confidence in their ability to make a contribution, researchers say. Almost three-quarters of women consider themselves "creative," but barely a quarter consider themselves "inventive," a survey found, suggesting that women need extra encouragement to realize their potential to innovate.

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