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 experiences of men and women working in them.
Gender, Culture and Organizational Change represents a decade of experience of managing change and implementing theory in public sector organizations during a period of major social, political and economic transition and analyses the progress that has been made. It expands to make wider connections with women and trade unions in Europe and management development for women in the "developing" countries of Africa and
Asia. It will be valuable reading for students in social policy, gender studies and sociology and for professionals with an interest in understanding the dynamics of the workplace.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.65(d)|
Table of ContentsPart 1: Gendering Organizational Culture 1. Gender and Cultural Change Janet Newman, lecturer in Public Policy and Strategy, INLOGOV, University of Birmingham 2. The Gender Culture: Cowboys and Hobbled Horses Catherine Itzin, Department of Health and
University of Bradford 3. Why Move Over? Men and Locations of Power Kate French, City University, Coventry Polytechinic 4. A Gender Typology of Organizational Change Di Parkin, Sheffield University, formerly Head of Women's Unit Ealing Council, and Sue
Maddock, Manchester Business School 5. The Double Jeopardy of Age and Gender Catherine Itzin, Department of Health and University of Bradford, and Chris Phillipson, University of Keele 6. The Silence and Din of Domination: The Gendered Culture of Organizations
Elizabeth Harlow, University of Bradford, and Jeff Hearn, University of Bradford, and Wendy Parkin, Huddersfield University 7. Diversity and Change: Gender, Welfare and Organizational Relations Janet Newman, University of Birmingham, and Fiona
Williams, Open University Part 2: Strategies for Organizational Change 8. Crafting Strategy to Create Women Friendly Work Catherine Itzin, Department of Health and University of Bradford 9. Working for Equality in the London Borough of Hounslow Munira
Holder, Head of Equal Opportunities - Hounslow 10. Challenging Racism: the BBC Mentor Scheme Jackee Holder, formerly Women's Unit, London Borough of Southwark 11. Women in Social Services: Accelerating the Process of Change Averil Nottage, Department of Health
12. Leading in Their Own Ways: Women Chief Executives in Local Government Judy White, University of Birmingham 13. Redrawing the Boundaries: Trade Unions, Women and 'Europe' Iynthia Cockburn, Centre for Research in Gender, Ethnicity and Social Change, City University
14. The Gender Lens: Management Development for Women in 'Developing Countries' Gwendoline Williams, University of West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, and Marion Macalpine, Management Consultant, formerly Coventry Polytechnic 15. Gender, Culture, Power and Change: A
Materialist Analysis Catherine Itzin, Department of Health and University of Bradford 16. Making Connections: Frameworks for Change Janet Newman, University of Birmingham