We need good managers, not genders stereotypes

Echiejile, Innocent
November 1995
People Management;11/30/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 24, p19
Argues on the notion regarding women's management capability. Description of women's and men's management styles based on theory; Basis of managerial effectiveness; How to prevent women stereotyping.


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