I found an article in Business Week and I found this quite interesting.
Who Prepares Better Business Plans, Men or Women?
A new study based on four years of data from men and women in a training program for microenterprises finds that they come out the same in quality scores. "However, women scored significantly better on the presentation of their plan to judges," conclude the study's authors, Ronald G. Cook, Paul Belliveau, and Christine Lentz of Rider University, in a paper presented at a recent meeting of the Small Business Institute.
What do you guys think?
After spending 2/3 of my undergraduate career in English Literature courses, I've found that women are “generally” better communicators (i.e. in both writing and public speaking) than men. And for that reason, I typically choose to work with women when doing group work in my current Marketing courses. I mean a typical English Lit, publishing or HR course has a ratio of 4 women for every 1 guy, so that has to prove something right?