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This book is premised on the truism that men have historically served in higher echelons of organizational management structures and women are under-represented.
The author discusses the constraints faced by women in accessing higher leadership and senior management positions in public, private and non-governmental organizations in Zimbabwe.
The book traces cultural practices, which represent levels of power and control that in turn hinder reforms in organizations.
A lot of practices in most organisations and traditional organizational culture, needs to be deconstructed and reversed in order to achieve gender equality.The author further proposes for an integrated organizational management approach which should integrate all systems and processes into one complete framework, enabling people to work as a single unit, unified by organizational goals,ethos, shared vision and common values.This book will be of interest to policy makers, students, academics, gender experts, and all those interested in gender issues.
Whitehead Zikhali was born in Zimbabwe and a holder of Diploma in Adult Education (UZ), B.Ed.Ad.Ed(UZ), MSc in Policy Studies(Univ.
of Zim and Fort Hare), Ph.D in Development Studies from University of Fort Hare.
He served as a Police officer in Zimbabwe for 18 years.
He is currently working at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
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