Padmasree Warrior

The WMC has achieved many notable accomplishments over the past decade, including its annual Status of Women in the U.S. Media
Soon three women will serve on Microsoft's board -- meeting the real threshold for gender diversity.
If you are one of those highly accomplished, over-caffeinated, exhausted business leaders, you're in luck. It is now cool to admit it, and approach things in a healthier way.
PBS NewsHour may have found one answer to the plunge in television viewers and that's PBS Digital Studio's new online show, Everything but the News, the brainchild of Steve Goldbloom and Noah Pink.
But there is one area where you should strive for balance, according to Warrior. And that's in giving back, both at work
Warrior emphasizes the importance of authenticity in leadership, letting people see "who you truly are." Of course, being approachable... coaching, mentoring, and brainstorming ideas with your team are also key, she says.
The true value of Internet of Everything resides in its ability to fuel better, more informed business decisions, create unprecedented economic opportunity, enable richer experiences, and improve lives.
The "ultimate girls club," with some of the most talented women in Silicon Valley, takes on the toughest job in the Valley: combining high octane careers and hands-on motherhood.
"You don't have to be the smartest person in the world to do something interesting. Figure out how to take advantage of your own smarts."
In an exclusive interview for The Huffington Post's Women in Tech series, Warrior shared her take on how the tech industry