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With today's growth in the economy and demand for talented employees, one would think that doors, as well as the glass ceiling, are figuratively being held open for women to walk on through. Progress is being made. Women are joining the top ranks of corporations in America, however, not at the pace many thought they would. In fact, despite the large numbers of women holding management positions, very few ever make it to executive status. (Wells, 2001a) This paper will describe three of these factors that can impede women's movement into the senior executive ranks. It will also discuss two ways how the presence and availability of other women in executive level positions contribute to upward mobility. And finally, this paper will present the criteria that should be utilized when promotions are being made. Essay aus dem Jahr 2004 im Fachbereich Wirtschaft - Personal und Organisation, Note: A, University of Phoenix, 2 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis.