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Gender stories and organizational change

Gender stories and organizational change

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Published by MCB University Press in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementguest editors: Cliff Cheng, Anne McKee and Frank J. Barrett.
SeriesJournal of organizational change management -- vol.8 (6)
ContributionsCheng, Cliff., McKee, Anne., Barrett, Frank J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19578736M

An engaging contribution to the increasing body of knowledge about gender and organizations, Gender, Culture and Organizational Change examines gender-based inequality in organizations and considers how sexual and social relations between women and men based on sexuality, power and control determine the cultures, structures and practices of organization and the . by social constructions of leadership which are associated with the social construction of gender roles and their resulting impact leadership styles. In a meta-analysis of gender and leadership style (Eagly & Johnson, ), gender differences did not emerge in organizational studies between interpersonal vs. task oriented style.

Gender in Applied Communication Contexts explores the intersection and integration of feminist theory as applied to four important areas: organizational communication, health communication, family communication, and instructional communication. This collection of readings links theoretical insights and contributions to pragmatic ways of improving the lives of women and . Bridging current theory with practical applications, Organizational Change: An Action-Oriented Toolkit, Third Edition combines conceptual models with concrete examples and useful exercises to dramatically improve the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students in creating effective change. Students will learn to identify needs, communicate a.

  This chapter reviews theory and research on gender inequality in workplace organizations. We first provide a quick historical overview of the role of gender in the modern division of labor and present data on intersectional patterns of gender inequality in labor force participation, as well as horizontal and vertical occupational sex by: 3. ‘Culture’ in anthropology and organizational studies Susan Wright This book concerns the contribution of anthropology to the study of government, non-government (voluntary), and private sector organizations in the Third World and the West. The s and s have been a time of change for organizations in all Size: 1MB.


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This book is intended as a reflective moment in an ambitious, collaborative process intended to develop and share knowledge about gender and organizational change. As the use of these terms is neither self-evident not universally agreed upon, we set out our understanding of these terms as the self-conscious use or organizational/learning and.

change management and organizational change to gender equality but, when considering the change management field as a whole, publications focusing on organizational change with a gender perspective are still few and some remain in the grey literature of online manuals, with various levels of Size: 2MB.

The last published book, Gender at Work: Theory and Practice for 21st Century Organizations () is a follow up to our first book, Gender at Work: Organizational Change for Equality (). In publications such as Our Hearts Are Joined: Stories from Letsema (), gender action-learning participants share their personal and organizational.

The book is based on the authors’ interviews with 30 leaders who broke new ground on gender equality in organizations, international case studies crafted from consultations and organizational evaluations, and lessons from nearly fifteen years of experience of Gender at Work, a learning collaborative of 30 gender equality experts.

The book is based on the authors’ interviews with 30 leaders who broke new ground on gender equality in organizations, international case studies crafted from consultations and organizational evaluations, and lessons from nearly fifteen years of experience of Gender at Work, a learning collaborative of 30 gender equality by: 4.

The book is based on the authors interviews with 30 leaders who broke new ground on gender equality in organizations, international case studies crafted from consultations and organizational evaluations, and lessons from nearly fifteen years of experience of Gender at Work, a learning collaborative of 30 gender equality experts.

An engaging contribution to the increasing body of knowledge about gender and organizations, Gender, Culture and Organizational Change examines gender-based inequality in organizations and considers how sexual and social relations between women and men based on sexuality, power and control determine the cultures, structures and practices of organization and the Author: Catherine Itzen.

The symbolic order of gender in organizations - how gender relations are culturally and discursively produced and reproduced, and how they might be done' differently, are explored in this book.

Silvia Gherardi focuses on the relationship between gender, power and culture in organizations and on the need to come to grips with the pervasive, elusive and ambiguous. “Gender” is the result of early childhood experiences, societal dynamics, power interests, organizational politics and the social constructions that are inevitably part of all these spheres of life (Ridgeway and Cornell cited in Ely and Padavic).

Toolkit for Organizational Change is a text designed to assist educators in advancing the knowledge, skills and abilities of students in creating effective change. It is an applied book which bridges current organizational change theory with practical applications through exercises and cases in the belief that students learn better when they.

"Gender, Power and Organization is an intellectually stimulating read. At the same time, it is an emotional journey into the lives of the women portrayed in the text, and unavoidably, into one’s own life. Whether the reader is male or female, there is a pathway to the personal and professional self.

Designed for practitioners, policy makers, donors, students and researchers looking at gender, development and organizational change, this book offers readers a widely tested tool of analysis -- the Gender at Work Analytical Framework -- to assess the often invisible structures of gender bias in organizations and to map desired strategies and.

With this book the authors hope to provide another resource for readers seeking to manage change in a gender-inclusive way and for those aiming to promote gender equality in their organization through a planned organizational change strategy. It is therefore an attempt to bridge theory and practice.

Four kinds of leadership stories are needed to lead deep organizational change. My book, "The Age of Agile" was published by HarperCollins in and was selected by the Financial Times as Author: Steve Denning. Gender, Symbolism and Organizational Cultures Gherardi continues her examination of the construction of gender relations in the workplace through a series of rich and illuminating stories which also draw on various symbolic archetypes as powerful forms of cultural expression.

The final section of the book looks at possibilities for change. The definition, adoption and commitment to sustainability is the starting point for transformation. Many organizations, both public and private.

Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change offers a comprehensive look at individual, team, and organizational change, covering classic and contemporary organization development (OD) techniques.

Bestselling author Donald L. Anderson provides students with the organization development tools they need to succeed in today’s. A: The book is structured to offer narratives of gender shrapnel, theorize about the problems of gender and intersectional dynamics, and offer solutions and training principles.

In this sense, the first part of the book states clearly that stories matter, that we have to understand the nuance and the details to make more transparent the. Gender Inequality and Workplace Organizations: Understanding Reproduction and Change In book: Handbook of the Sociology of Gender, pp Yes we can.

That is the most significant takeaway from What Works: Gender Equality by Design, Iris Bohnet’s eminently readable book on design strategies to reduce gendera behavioral economist who directs the Harvard Kennedy School’s Women and Public Policy Program, encourages us to resist the temptation to say, “Oh, but that couldn’t possibly apply to.

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