The Struggle of Women Gaining Management Positions Over the Past Ten Years

The Struggle of Women Gaining Management Positions Over the Past Ten Years

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The Struggle of Women Gaining Management Positions Over the Past Ten Years. Victoria Bonanni Nicole Heacock THM 3196 September 19, 2011 Introduction: The topic of the study is to examine the success of women obtaining upper level management positions within the last ten years until present in order to see if it has become easier for women to get themselves into management or if they still have to work harder to prove they are as equal to their male counterpart. This project needs to be studied because there are more than ever women attempting to break into management positions and hold positions that have been typically allocated to men in the past. We as women ourselves are in the same process and want to see what is really out there as far as struggles and obstacles along the way. With an in-depth look not only into the viewpoints of women who are attempting to break through the glass ceiling as well men who are
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still trying to keep it in tact we will more accurately be able to define the problems that are still out there in this industry. Also, we want to uncover whether or not women were better in upper level management positions than men and if so what qualities do women possess that make them
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