Research and publications

We are keen on conducting meaningful research into issues related to economic advancement of women and building a strong Thought Leadership in this area.

White Papers

This White Paper thematically puts together the issues, challenges, learnings and recommendations from TalentNomics India’s Annual Leadership Conferences (2015-2019) that brought together talented and passionate change makers, thought leaders, academicians, practitioners and grass root leaders to delve on how to reorganize and recalibrate mindset, skills, and practices required to lead the world of change and disruption.

Our endeavor in this White paper is to provide a roadmap for organizations, individuals and policy makers to enable movement towards gender equity. The recommendations have a focus on doable initiatives that can help all pillars of society to move towards a better gender balance.

The report is intended to be a useful reference document and a guide for different stakeholders in the women’s ecosystem for Organizations, Academic Institutions, Individuals, Families and Policy Makers. It also provides a self- assessment tool to review the gender balance of the ecosystem.

Access the White Paper here

Research Reports

Have India’s workplaces evolved enough to accommodate the interests of female employees and leverage the benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce?

To answer that question, Talentnomics, ICRIER and Ellenomics partnered to undertake a countrywide perception survey of working women and men, to find out how women friendly are India’s workplaces.

This was a first-of-its kind endeavour to gather feedback and opinion from employees, to supplement the more widely available data provided by employers regarding initiatives they have taken to support women in their organisations.

While the study is still ongoing and will cover feedback of at least 50,000 respondents, the results of our pilot study already gave big clues to the “women in the workplace” challenge –

Invisible biases haunt Indian working women in every industry (even in education, academia, fashion, social work) and every sector (Private sector, Government departments, NGOs, PSUs)

Access the full report of our Pilot Study