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Successful companies of the future must be more responsive to customers. Managers are being forced to question traditional authoritarian management practices for business reasons. Discusses organizational effects of disadvantage and inequality, particularly in relation to women, but also in...
Increasing numbers of women are entering Chartered Accountancy. Focuses on the Scottish perspective exploring recruitment, examination performance and career progress. No discernable gender differences were found in recruitment and early career structure, although women do perform better in the...
The rapid economic growth and industrialization of Hong Kong has created more job opportunities for women; nearly one‐in‐two have jobs. Women comprised 37 per cent of Hong Kong′s total work‐force, but held only 20 per cent of the managerial positions. Discusses the general working environment of...
Presents descriptive information on interpersonal networks, both inside and outside of one′s organization, among managerial and professional women and men. Sex differences were also examined. Data were collected from 57 women and 55 men in early and mid‐career stages using questionnaires....
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