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Since Schein’s evocative and enduring metaphor "think manager – think male" there has been a stream of literature discussing gender difference in managerial style. The newer literature about managerial competence, however, remains largely silent about gender, regardless of whether managerial...
The study compared male and female owned and managed SMEs and the impact of gender on the organisational learning taking place in these firms. This explores how the learning process is managed and developed, which staff are drawn into the process and how the organisational memory is developed...
There have been a number of significant research projects that have explored aspects of women’s under‐representation and underachievement within the UK construction industry. These have demonstrated that, given an appropriate level of knowledge and insight, women could be attracted to the sector...
This paper draws from survey data to examine the chronic shortage of women in senior management positions in the surveying profession. It is based on the experiences of women currently working as chartered surveyors in the UK, addressing issues such as the high level of personal and financial...
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