The mid-1990s is emerging as a significant time for change, particularly in the world of management. The shape and gender structure of organizations are altering rapidly as we move into the 21st century. As a result, organizations are increasingly having to look at new ways of working. This book looks at the meaning of these changes for women in the workplace and addresses such key issues as: How different generations of women reached their positions; whether women are better managers; What unique qualities women bring to management and how they fit in with the percieved demands that managers might face in the future; and the types of training that are most useful.
Business-Money, Management-Leadership, Management,