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America’s Competitive SecretWomen Managers$
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Judy B. Rosener

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780195119145

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195119145.001.0001

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What It All Means

What It All Means

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America’s Competitive Secret

Judy B. Rosener

Oxford University Press

Although American women are not without attributes that may bring improvements for today’s organizations, these attributes are still subject to underutilization and being undervalued. This concluding chapter points out that human resources will someday be the distinguishing factor across organizations and countries, since such is not merely viewed as an issue of social justice. The interaction between women and men within an organization is similar to the interaction between companies and even countries that simultaneously compete and cooperate. This book is able to explain how women, although different from men, provide an added value because of the talents and skills that they can contribute, emphasizing how the utilization of human resources should not be undermined as an integral element in the development of management strategies.

Keywords:   interaction, human resources, utilization, underutilization, management strategies

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