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The Athena doctrine : how women (and men who think like them) will rule the future

Author: John Gerzema; Michael D'Antonio
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, [2013]
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Women don't yet rule the world, but people around the globe sure wish they had more influence on business, government, and every other aspect of modern life. Among 64,000 people surveyed in thirteen nations, two-thirds said the world would be a better place if men thought more like women. The sentiment was the same across the planet: we've had enough of the winner-takes-all, masculine approach to getting things  Read more...
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Gerzema, John, 1961-
Athena doctrine
San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, [2013]
(DLC) 2012050488
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Gerzema; Michael D'Antonio
ISBN: 9781118452950 111845295X
OCLC Number: 813923553
Description: v, 298 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Athena Doctrine --
Great Britain --
Iceland --
Israel --
Japan --
Colombia and Peru --
Kenya --
India --
China --
Sweden, Germany, and Belgium --
Bhutan --
The Age of Athena.
Responsibility: John Gerzema & Michael D'Antonio.

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New York Times Bestseller How feminine values can solve our toughest problems and build a more prosperous future Among 64,000 people surveyed in thirteen nations, two thirds feel the world would  Read more...

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