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Gender, Culture and Organizational Change : Putting Theory into Practice - Catherine Itzen

Gender, Culture and Organizational Change

Putting Theory into Practice

By: Catherine Itzen (Editor), Janet Newman (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 26th October 1995
ISBN: 9780415111867
Number Of Pages: 312

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This book is an original contribution to the increasing body of knowledge about gender and organizations. It investigates and theorizes gender and culture, and gender relations and gender-based inequality in organizations: how sexual and social relations between women and men, relations based on sexuality, and relations of power and control based on sex, determine the cultures, structures and practices of organizations and the experience of women and men in organizations. The book is unusual in its focus on organizational culture and organizational change (in putting theory into practice to bring about change in organizations and in using practice to inform and develop theory) and its concern with strategy (the use of theory to develop strategy to shape and direct practice, and in turn the use of practice to "craft strategy" and to construct theory). The book collects together a decade of experience of managing change and "operationalizing theory" in public sector organizations in Britain during a period of major social, political and economic transitions, and analyzes what has been learned. It also makes wider connections with women and trade unions in Europe and management development for women in the "developing countries" of Africa and Asia.

Gendering Organizational Culture
Gender and Cultural Change
The Gender Culture: Cowboys and Hobbled Horses
Why Move Over? Men and Locations of Power
A Gender Typology of Organizational Change
The Double Jeopardy of Age and Gender
The Silence and Din of Domination: The Gendered Culture of Organizations
Diversity and Change: Gender, Welfare and Organizational Relations
Strategies for Organizational Change
Crafting Strategy to Create Women Friendly Work
Working for Equality in the London Borough of Hounslow
Challenging Racism: the BBC Mentor Scheme
Women in Social Services: Accelerating the Process of Change
Leading in Their Own Ways: Women Chief Executives in Local Government
Redrawing the Boundaries: Trade Unions, Women and 'Europe'
The Gender Lens: Management Development for Women in 'Developing Countries'
Gender, Culture, Power and Change: A Materialist Analysis
Making Connections: Frameworks for Change
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ISBN: 9780415111867
ISBN-10: 0415111862
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: 26th October 1995
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 16.51  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.61
Edition Number: 1

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