女性管理職育成についての定性的調査からの一考察―昇進の背中をおした事象とは何か― Women managers: Why do they not creep up to the top?

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Abstract

When many women no longer wish or try to seek any advancement or promotion, we thought we had to find out what exactly had changed the respective attitudes and had motivated those women who presently hold mid-managerial positions. In this study we conducted qualitative research at four regional banks. As a result, we were able to develop a prescriptive implication with regard to fostering a better working environment, in which women's feeling of self-efficacy can be readily generated, fostered and developed so that women can step forward to seek promotion. To achieve the goals mentioned, we learned that we need to keep the door open for women to create broad internal networks and, irrespective of gender, we also learned and pointed out the importance of on-the-job experience of people mingling with and working with persons of excellent caliber.

Journal

  • Japanese Journal of Administrative Science

    Japanese Journal of Administrative Science 26(3), 233-248, 2013

    The Japanese Association of Administrative Science

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130004680208
  • Text Lang
    ENG
  • ISSN
    0914-5206
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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