Sue Ledwith, Fiona Colgan's Women in Organisations: Challenging Gender Politics PDF

By Sue Ledwith, Fiona Colgan

One of many center books within the administration, paintings and companies sequence, ladies in firms examines the factors of gender-based inequality at paintings and gives a wide-ranging gender critique of liberal and radical techniques to organisational equality and of conventional organisational cultures and buildings. The ebook makes a speciality of women's business enterprise because the lacking factor of a lot organisational research; and women's cognizance of gender politics, and their very own roles as swap brokers, is explored within the 8 research-based case experiences of girls in firms and industries offered within the textual content. those are ebook publishing, retailing, group of workers administration, the Customs and Excise provider, exchange unions, institution educating, the nationwide health and wellbeing carrier and public delivery. The research shows ways that ladies appearing jointly can play a crucial function in organisational swap, or potentially, even transformation. hence switch and the possibilities and demanding situations it deals to ladies and males in paintings enterprises, is published as a dynamic formed either by means of organisational gender politics and exterior societal patriarchal constructions - social, financial and political.

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This position is evident among women in all the case study chapters. In the 1990s, being labelled 'feminist' was increasingly being seen by some women as problematic. This was found to be the case particularly among young women even when they shared the aims and values of the women's movement (Siann and Wilkinson, 1995). Marshall (1994) points out that in most studies many women comment on the negative stereotypes of feminism in employment and the pressure on women not to identify with its issues.

In identifying such women as change agents, we can draw on Kirton's (1991)model of adaptors and innovators to discuss the actions they may take. 30 Women as Organisational Change Agents Kirton (1991) described a change agent as a 'competent individual who has enough skill to be successful in a particular environment'. Adaptors are seen to typically produce ideas stretching and extending agreed definitions of the problem and likely solutions. Their effort in change is in improving and doing better within the existing set of rules and structures.

This is a similar argument to that made for recasting personnel management into a business framework and calling it Human Resource Management. Personnel management had been seen to have failed largely because of its lack of integration into business strategy (Guest, 1987; Storey, 1995a; Purcell and Ahlstrand, 1994), and like equal opportunities, which is often located within personnel departments, had not contributed sufficiently to the bottom line. A second approach has emerged from the strategic HRM school - 'the management of diversity'.

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