Do Men and Women Exhibit Differences in Management Styles?


Add to cart
Essay #: 061481
Total text length is 10,647 characters (approximately 7.3 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
Do Men and Women Exhibit Differences in Management Styles?
The question as to whether or not women manage differently than men has been a topic of interest for at least the past thirty to forty years, as business industries have seen a steady influx of women during this time period, especially in top-tier, executive, and management positions. Historically, the world of business, as with most occupations requiring acute mental agility, was closed almost entirely to women, who were seen as too “feminine” (i.e., emotional, nurturing, shy, and docile) to take on the challenges and demands of management in the field (Powell 69). Women who chose to become professional managers had to work within the “masculine” structure of the...
The end: for management no matter what gender they are associated with in order to create the strongest, most productive, efficient, and equitable workplace situation possible at the current time.
Burke, Sarah and Karen M. Collins. “Gender Differences in Leadership Styles and Management Skills,” Women in Management Review 16: 5/6 (2001), 244-256.
Powell, Gary M. “One More Time: do Female and Male Managers Differ?” The Executive 4:3 (August 1990), 68-75.
Statham, Anne. “The Gender Model Revisited: differences in the Management Styles of Men and Women,” Sex Roles 16: 7/8 (1987), 409-429.
, Judy. “Desperately Seeking Differences: Is Management Style Gendered?” British Journal of Industrial Relations 34:3 (September 1996), 333-349.