Maintains that women in the USA have much more leadership chances, less harassment and more respect from subordinates than Japanese women (who live in a male‐dominated world), who are reluctant to make decisions or take risks without consultations. Observes that women from Taiwan seem to have a much more transactional leadership style – taking risks and making rapid decisions. Discusses, in great detail, using extensive research via a multiple‐item scale to measure each item and lays out the results using figures and tables with great detail. Concludes with full results of the study and what they mean.
Wu, W., Lin, C. and Lee, L. (2000), "Personal characters, decision‐making patterns and leadership styles of female managers: a comparative study of American, Taiwanese, and Japanese female managers", Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, Vol. 7 No. 4, pp. 18-32. https://doi.org/10.1108/13527600010797147Download as .RIS
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