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Reports a survey of Canadian male CEOs views on women in corporatemanagement. The results show ambivalence which may capturecurrent corporate reality. Most CEOs recognized what barriers there wereto women advancing and how they could be tackledagreeing too, that muchof this was under CEO...
Makes an attempt to explain the factors that cause the phenomenonof the glass ceiling for women in management. Suggeststhat the main obstacle that prevents female managers from advancing totop positions is their inability to generate and use informal power inorganizations which are usually...
Reports on a study which sought to test the impact of genderbasedtraining experiences on selection decisions. Subjects evaluated thecredentials of a job candidate for a management position. The trainingexperiences of the three candidates were manipulated so that a third ofthe applicant materials...
Despite the high interest in workfamily issues, little attentionhas been paid to changing the design and structure of managerial work soas to facilitate the workfamily interface. Outdated work designs andunquestioned assumptions about how things are done may bea significant barrier to womens...
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