Barak, Michàlle E. Mor. Managing Diversity: Toward aGlobally Inclusive Workplace. Sage
The article discusses the issues crucial to the including of women in the workforce across different working environments.
Publications, 2013: 150-180. Print
Hoobler, Jenny M.,Grace and Sandy J. Wayne. "Women`s Managerial Aspirations an
Organizational Development Perspective." Journal ofManagement 40.3 (2014): 703-730. Print
The journal findings illustrate the development perspectives in management for women. The aspirations of women get discussed and how best to meet their needs as regards management.
Johns, Merida L."Breaking the glass ceiling: The Structural, cultural, and theorganizational
barriers preventing women from achieving senior and executivepositions." Perspectives in health informationmanagement winter (2013).120-136. Print
The article illustrates the obstacles to women rising in senior management positions through the structural, cultural, and organizational spectrum.
Kurtulus, Fidan Ana,and Donald Tomaskovic-Devey. "Do the top female managers helpwomen
to advance? A panel study using EEO-1 records." The ANNALS ofthe American. 173-197 Print
The article illustrates a study on whether the top female managers help women advance in their careers as regards senior management. The findings depict that the top female managers play a fundamental role in women rising in their management roles.