This study examined the usefulness of 12 university‐based initiatives for preparing managerial and professional women for their work and careers. Respondents were 267 women graduates of a university commerce and business programme. Data were collected via questionnaires completed anonymously. The three most useful initiatives were: having female business graduates speak candidly about their experiences to students; supporting the development of a women′s network outside the university; and including content on management and human behaviour in organisations more reflective of the experiences of women.
McKeen, C.A. and Burke, R.J. (1991), "UNIVERSITY INITIATIVES FOR PREPARING MANAGERIAL AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN FOR WORK", Women in Management Review, Vol. 6 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000001798Download as .RIS
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