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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jean R Renshaw
|Description:||xii, 291 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||10. A Search for Identity: The Many Faces of Women Managers. 11. The Men in Their Lives At Work and Home: Finding Rewards in Uncharted Roles. 12. Visions and Strategic Choices: Strengths Women Bring to Leadership. 3. Sex Roles, Creation Myths, and Worldview: Japanese and Western Historical Perspectives --
Pt. II. The Drama of Corporate Life: Roles, Actions, and Status. 4. Otoko Shakai, A Man's World: Organizational Culture and Work. 5. The Search for Successful Japanese Women Managers: Research Confounding Stereotypes. 6. Paths to Management: Broken and Straight. 7. Glass Ceilings and Shoji Screens: Perception and Reality in the Workplace. Epilogue: A Future For Japanese Women Managers? Evolution or Retreat. Introduction: The Mystery of the Invisible Women Managers --
Pt. I. Japan's Hidden Assets. 1. Today's Japanese Women: Workers, Managers, Wives and Mothers. 2. Growing Up Japanese and Female: Women Managers' Early Years. Pt. III. Pawaa: A Redefinition of Power and Leadership. 8. Samurai and Women Warriors: Creating Business, Reinventing Systems. 9. Moving Shoji Screens to Include Women: The Evolution of Women and Companies.
|Responsibility:||Jean R. Renshaw.|