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Glass hurdles in business are cognitive reflections of the greater difficulty faced by women compared to men in achieving success as managers. The social glass hurdle is the distance between one’s gender stereotype and the ratings of a successful manager; the personal glass hurdle, the distance...
Organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) is discretionary employee behaviour that promotes organizational effectiveness, and has become recognized as an issue of potentially substantial importance in the management of sales operations. Identifies sales management control strategy as an...
Seeks to make a contribution to reviewing the position of policewomen by analysing the nature of attitudinal commitment and its possible gendered meanings and gendering effects. Using survey data, compares the different levels of commitment between men and women and considers if commitment is...
This paper argues a case for the integration of grounded theory and indigenous research principles in international management research. Through presenting results of a study of women managers in the Philippines, the paper shows ways in which culture‐bound or ethnocentric management theory and...
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