Zivcicova, Eva; Masarova, Tatiana; Rackova, Kristina
July 2015
Actual Problems of Economics / Aktual'ni Problemi Ekonomìki;2015, Vol. 169 Issue 7, p245
Academic Journal
The first chapter of the article addresses the role of women in senior management, with the definition of the main framework concepts: gender, masculinity, femininity, conditions and barriers for active participation of women in top management. In the second chapter the authors present the findings of the study, their own and other empirical studies on the issue. The qualitative analysis was based on the interviews of 150 senior managers. The focus is made on the goals, values and obstacles in achievieving management goals. The study defines the indicators of women participation in senior decision-making through the selected criteria (power, social competence, political competence).


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