Managerinnen Deutsche Mauerblümchen

Indra Nooyi ist Chefin von Pepsi, Zoe Cruz Vizepräsidentin von Morgan Stanley, Clara Furse lenkt die Londoner Börse. 50 Führungsfrauen sind im aktuellen Ranking des "Wall Street Journal" vertreten. Deutsche Managerinnen jedoch spielen sowohl im europäischen als auch im globalen Vergleich keine Rolle.

"Top 50 Women to Watch 2007"

Rang Name Position Unternehmen
1. Angela F. Braly President und CEO WellPoint
2. Indra Nooyi Chairman und CEO PepsiCo
3. Neelie Kroes Wettbewerbskommissarin European Union
4. Zoe Cruz Co-President Morgan Stanley
5. Sheila Bair Chairman Federal Deposit Insurance
6. Clara Furse CEO London Stock Exchange
7. Anne Mulcahy Chairman und CEO Xerox
8. Patricia Woertz CEO Archer-Daniels-Midland
9. Margaret C."Meg" Whitman President und CEO Ebay
10. Irene Rosenfeld CEO Kraft Foods
11. Mary Sammons Chairman und CEO Rite-Aid
12. Susan Arnold President, Global Business Units Procter Gamble
13. Amy Woods Brinkley Global Risk Executive Bank of America
14. Ann Livermore Executive Vice President Hewlett-Packard
15. Ursula Burns President und COO Xerox
16. Patricia Russo CEO Alcatel-Lucent
17. Susann Decker President Yahoo
18. Safra Catz President und CFO Oracle
19. Sheryl Sandberg Vice President global online sales and operations Google
20. Andrea Jung Chairman und CEO Avon Products
21. Charlene Begley President and CEO GE Enterprise Solutions, General Electric
22. Melinda Gates Co-Chairman The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
23. Hu Xiaolian Deputy Governor People’s Bank of China
24. Diane Greene CEO VMware
25. Ellen Kullman Executive Vice President DuPont
26. Cynthia Carroll CEO Anglo American
27. Amy Pascal Co-Chairman Sony Pictures Entertainment und Chairman
28. Angela Ahrendts CEO Burberry Group
29. Lorraine Bolsinger Vice President General Electric
30. Melanie Healey Group President feminine and health care, Procter Gamble
31. Wei Sun Christianson China CEO Morgan Stanley
32. Frances Aldrich Sevilla-Sacasa President Bank of America Wealth Management
33. Delphine Arnault Gancia Member of the board LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton
34. Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi Wirtschaftsministerin United Arab Emirates
35. Maureen Mahoney Partner Latham Watkins
36. Hyun Jeong-eun Chairman Hyundai Group
37. Dottie Mattison Senior Vice President Wal-Mart Stores
38. Janice Fields Executive Vice President und CEO McDonald’s USA
39. Deborah Wahl Meyer Chief Marketing Officer Chrysler
40. Toni Hoover Senior Vice President Pfizer
41. Nancy McKinstry Chief Executive und Chairman of the executive board Wolters Kluwer
42. Julia Stewart Chairman und CEO IHOP
43. Manisha Girotra Managing Director und Chairperson India, UBS
44. Carolyn Reidy President und Chief Executive-designate Simon Schuster
45. Erin Callan Chief Financial Officer-designate Lehman Brothers
46. Sharon Hom Executive Director Human Rights in China
47. Denise Morrison Senior Vice President und President-North America Campbell Soup
48. Andrea Wong President und Chief Executive Lifetime Entertainment Services
49. Carol Tomé Chief Financial Officer und Executive Vice President Home Depot
50. Anna Burger Secretary-Treasurer Service Employees International Union
Quelle: Wall Street Journal:
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