Woman in Leadership – Top Women in Agile Thought Leadership


[Click the image on the right for a full size infographic of the growing numbers of women leaders!]

I am very happy that women in leadership is growing. Having both sides of innovation and thought leadership from both males/females will create more dynamic environments that will product better products. I believe it!

I am truly excited that slowly but surely my RSS feeds are growing from women in management and executive positions. There is a TON of great stuff to read by women in leadership.

What I’m even more excited about is how my RSS feeds are growing to include female developers/coders and fellow nerds/geeks alike. I have a daughter and my hope is she will love technology (code?) as much as I do!

Here is to a better future!


[In no specific order, according to my RSS feed, and who update frequently]

Interestingly enough, most of the women stated here are also part of the [Top 200 Agile Blogs] as well (make sure to check that out). Congrats!


Grab either badge if you’re a woman blogger and link to this post! Show your pride! 🙂

I am SURE I missed some other women leaders. Please let us know in the comments!

26 Replies to “Woman in Leadership – Top Women in Agile Thought Leadership”

  1. I love that inforgraphic, but I take issue with the part about fewer women today identifying as feminist “possibly because they see no need to.” Women are certainly doing much better for themselves than they were in previous generations, but I still think there’s room for improvement.
    Thanks for the links to those blogs! I will definitely add them to my Google Reader

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  7. This is a great list for both recognition to these awesome women and a place for more recent-comers like me to find mentorship and inspiration. Is there an updated list for 2012 or coming up on 2013? I now have a new goal – to be included on this someday! Thanks for the recognition to #WomenInAgile.

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