A brief history
Origins and Purpose
The Gender in Management Special Interest Group was formed in 2002 as a result of discussion at the Gender and Management stream at the EURAM Conference in Stockholm in May 2002. The purpose of the SIG is to act as a dedicated network for academics to keep up to date with current issues in the area of gender and management.
The SIG has a series of objectives which are to:
- improve the future position of gender issues in management through policy recommendations
- share and encourage international, interdisciplinary and cross cultural research
- develop an international focus for research ideas and dialogue
- enable members to keep up to date with current issues in the area of gender and work
- act as a forum for members to exchange ideas and information around topics related to gender and management
- provide a supportive environment in which both new and established academics can share and develop ideas (e.g. through mentoring, study groups and peer reviewing)
- provide networking opportunities for academics researching in the area.
- act as a forum for the development of an integrated body of management knowledge
A Decade of Delay for Women Directors – the latest Female FTSE Report 2008 .
Outstanding Paper Award Winner
: Winner Sharon Mavin (centre)
pictured with Sandra Fielden, Editor (left), and Rebecca Marsh, Emerald (right)
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