Changing More Than the Plumbing: Integrating Women in Management into the Management and Organizational Behavior Classes

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Eleanor "Holly" Buttner, Professor (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: This article addresses the integration of women and gender differences into management and organizational behavior (OB) courses in two major ways: through modifications of course content and adaptations of the class process. Emphasis is placed on providing specific suggestions for changing not only the "plumbing" of the course (e.g., use of exercises, cases, and examples), but for dealing with problems that may arise when changing the teaching process itself (e.g., interactions among students, interactions between teacher and students).

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Journal of Management Education. 16(1),76-89
Language: English
Date: 1992
Gender differences, Management, Organizational behavior

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