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245 00 More women on boards :|ban international perspective /
       |cedited by Lynne E. Devnew, Marlene Janzen Le Ber, 
       Mariateresa Torchia, Ronald J. Burke. 
264  1 Charlotte, NC :|bInformation Age Publishing, Incorporated,
       |c[2018] 
300    1 online resource (xxiv, 297 pages). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    data file|2rda 
490 1  Women and Leadership: Research, Theory, and Practice 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  Do women on boards create value for the organization?: a 
       review of the literature / Emmanuel Zenou -- The business 
       utility case for women on boards: going beyond the surface
       / Morten Huse -- Group level androgyny: one way for boards
       of directors to navigate the paradoxes in complex decision
       -making? / Danielle Mercer, Catherine Loughlin, and Kara 
       A. Arnold -- Mimetic isomorphism of board gender diversity
       in the world / Amalia Carrasco and Claude Francoeur -- 
       Directors' discursive resistance to gender board quota: 
       the Belgian case / Hannelore Roos and Patrizia Zanoni -- 
       Why are there so few women on boards' voices from the 
       boardroom in the United States / Vasilia Vasiliou and 
       Susan M. Adams -- Chinese women's representation on 
       corporate boards of directors and institutional 
       interventions / Zhi Luan -- Women board directors: Africa 
       on the rise / Rosemary M. Muriungi -- Those who serve and 
       those who aspire to serve: looking back, looking ahead / 
       Siri Terjesen, Heather Foust-Cummings, and Lauren 
       Trombetta -- Women's pathway to the boardroom: the 
       intermediary role of executive search firms / Tanja Reimer
       -- Preparing women for corporate boards in the 
       biotechnology industry / Lynn Johnson Langer, Carolyn 
       Brougham, and Dawn Hocevar -- Analysis of the perceived 
       role and value of women's support networks in helping 
       women gain a board position / Ruth Sacks and Fatima Maatwk
       -- Nonprofit board membership: benefits for women's career
       and leadership development / Wendy M. Murphy and Danna 
       Greenberg -- Using power and influence to create gender 
       diverse boardrooms: the role of public policy / Vicki W. 
       Kramer and Seletha R. Butler -- When women lead: 
       cultivating diversity from the top / Malli Gero and Evelyn
       Garrity -- The adaptive gender: female CEOs, board context,
       and the completion of M and As in the U.S. food industry /
       Gerwin van der Laan, Katrin Muehlfeld, and Anna Salomons -
       - Women directors' perceptions of their contributions on 
       boards: an exploratory study from India / Vasanthi 
       Srinivasan and Rejie George -- Leadership in governance: 
       women board chairs / Monique Cikaliuk, Ljiljana Erakovic╠ć,
       Brad Jackson, Chris Noonan, and Susan Watson. 
520    "In seeking to answer these questions, the authors 
       summarize previously existing research and share the 
       results of their own recent qualitative and quantitative 
       research studies conducted in many different countries. 
       Both 'fix the woman' and 'fix the society' challenges and 
       solutions are explored. Stories of women who have 
       successfully joined and, in many cases, led boards of 
       directors are shared. It is clear to us, and we believe 
       will be clear to those who read this book, that there is 
       no single program that will lead to gender equality on 
       boards; however we believe that the authors in this volume
       provide a rich variety of research and well supported 
       suggestions for addressing the challenges. When local 
       cultures are considered and multiple suggestions 
       implemented as appropriate, we are confident we will, 
       together, increase the number of women on boards 
       throughout the world"--|cProvided by publisher. 
588 0  Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on 
       January 28, 2019). 
650  0 Women executives. 
650  0 Boards of directors. 
650  7 SOCIAL SCIENCE|xDiscrimination & Race Relations.|2bisacsh 
650  7 SOCIAL SCIENCE|xMinority Studies.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Boards of directors.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00835113 
650  7 Women executives.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01177651 
700 1  Devnew, Lynne|q(Lynne E.),|eeditor. 
700 1  Le Ber, Marlene|q(Marlene Janzen),|eeditor. 
700 1  Torchia, Mariateresa,|eeditor. 
700 1  Burke, Ronald J.,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tMore women on boards.|dCharlotte, NC : 
       Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2018]|z9781641134064
       |w(DLC)  2018040019 
830  0 Women and leadership (Charlotte, N.C.) 
914    on1069704617 
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