The experiences of the author during a 1980s Fellowship visit to the US to study the similarities and differences between Britain and the US in women′s development are detailed. Based on interviews with a range of organisations in the South, Midwest and East coast, a more complete picture of equal opportunities and a more human perception of women′s experiences was obtained. It is concluded that the US has developed a variety of practical and creative ideas about selection, promotion and training of women managers which could be of use in the UK.
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