Women in Management: Trends, Issues, and Challenges in Managerial Diversity
Ellen A. Fagenson
SAGE Publications, Mar 31, 1993 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
This book traces the experiences of women managers using a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary analysis. Top scholars and researchers begin by examining historical and global perspectives, continue with individual and organizational issues such as ethnicity, health, and personal and family lifestyles, and conclude by exploring future trends in the issues of job discrimination and the restructuring of organizations from a feminist perspective. Each section concludes with a commentary from a leading authority.
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