Black Managers: The Case of the Banking Industry
Eight out of ten black Americans believe that the banking industry does not afford them the same opportunities as it does whites. In Black Managers, the authors analyze the dynamics which influence the careers of black bankers. This book not only suggests strategies to help the black professional survive in a difficult environment but also recommends policy considerations to help top management facilitate the development of a highly motivated, productive and loyal cadre of black managers and other professionals.
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agement analysis average banking industry behavior Bendix Corporation black Americans black bankers black employees black females black males black managers black women career development career path chapter commercial loan officer corporate criterion earned effort environment example executives Exhibit fact fight-or-flight response given going Harvard Business Review Herbert Benson important interviewees intolerable boss issue job function labor force participation labor sectors ladder male banker management jobs Median Base Salary ment mentee mentor mentor-mentee relationship minority Americans money center bank NAUB Obviously old boy network one's career one's image oneself opportunities organization organizational perceived percent personal interviews phenomenon politics position professional questions Race and Sex racism rank regard regional relaxation response respect risk Robert Townsend Salary by Job sample respondents satisfaction index seek selected senior significant problems subordinates success suggests supervisor tenure tion top management white Americans white males white peers white women