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A Woman’s Place is in the Boardroom

  • Authors
  • Peninah Thomson
  • Jacey Graham
  • Tom Lloyd

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 1-5
  3. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 6-19
  4. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 20-32
  5. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 33-56
  6. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 57-86
  7. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 87-110
  8. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 111-126
  9. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 127-141
  10. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 142-153
  11. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 154-176
  12. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 177-191
  13. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 192-208
  14. Peninah Thomson, Jacey Graham, Tom Lloyd
    Pages 209-216
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 217-226

About this book

Introduction

There are relatively few women in senior executive positions and on the boards of major companies. Based upon research and in the context of contemporary management debates the authors argue the business case for promoting women to these positions in order to create more value for shareholders. The book draws upon interviews with chairpersons and chief executives and includes case study material.

Keywords

business management strategy

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