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Unformatted text preview: lisco, 45140, México. ITESM prohibits any form of reproduction, storage or transmittal without its written permission. Centro Internacional de Casos Tecnológico de Monterrey Revision date: May 3th, 2007 Last revision: May 4th, 2007 Promotion of Female Executive: An Executive’s Tough Decision C16-13-001 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 (in hundreds of thousands) men women Figure 1. Number of Executives (by gender) in Mexico At MoCorp, no woman had ever occupied an executive level position. The company had five medium size manufacturing plants in Mexico: Queretaro, Puebla, Saltillo (Coahuila), and Leon (Guanajuato). The new plant in Hermosillo, Sonora would be the fifth plant. In the company management structure, each plant director reported directly to Esteban, the administrative General Manager. Esteban was one of three general managers at MoCorp, who each had a separate function: administration, sales, and finance. Each general manager reported directly to the CEO, Matt Montoya, who was responsible to the board of directors: 12 board members of which none was female. In total, then, MoCorp had 12 board members, a CEO, three general managers, and nine other managers, 4 of whom were Esteban´s plant managers and 5 of whom belonged to eit...
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