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Janice Miles, Operational Services Manager of St John's Hospital, Aylesbury Vale Health Authority, is the first winner of the International Management College from Buckingham MBA sponsorship through Women in Management Review. She spoke to Alison Baines about doing an MBA.
It has been apparent to women in the UK for a long time that the equality legislation of the midseventies is an inadequate remedy to sexual discrimination. Only half of equal pay claims make it as far as an industrial tribunal, and even fewer sex discrimination claims forty per cent. Of these,...
Since the 1970s there has been a variety of initiatives encouraging women to become engineers, and the proportion of women entering degree level courses in engineering is rising rapidly. In 1985 nearly 11 of engineering students on degree courses at universities were women. This trend parallels...
The use of networks for women's career development is well recognized, but many are organized on occupational or organizational lines, so women who are initially isolated from other women in their subject or at work are less likely to come into contact with a network they can join. Several...
Women have different managerial styles than men they are more cooperative, prefer creative involvement to administrative disengagement and are personal rather than detached or such are the stereotypes. Now Dr Susan Vinnicombe has something more substantial to say about women's different...
Women's collaborative, nurturing management styles are often seen as nonmanagerial where an authoritarian, militaristic approach is the dominant style, as authors like Judi Marshall WiMR Vol 1 No 1 have pointed out. In a MiddleEastern nation modelled on Western European lines, bringing together...
Parttime work is a ghetto for women, a blessing for employers. As a route back to work for women after a career break, it is associated with returning to lowerstatus jobs and occupations than those held fulltime before the break. But it is at the forefront of changing ways of working jobsharing,...
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