"Gender could be understood as a construct, which enables men and women to conduct
themselves in a characterstic style and helps them understand their respective roles in
family and society. The business world and management is no exception to this fact.
Researchers have constantly studied the effect of gender on management and business but
the dynamic changes in the business environment leaves a gap leading to paucity of
perspectives on the role of gender in management.
Taking clue from research, an attempt has been made here to discuss, deliberate and
present multiple perspectives in a volume showcasing the best practices, success stories,
research papers from across the world. The contributors of this volume have covered a wide
variety of subjects encompassing important issues on Gender and Management, which broadly
include educational management, enterprise management, healthcare, employment and labour
issues in the manufacturing and service sectors.
This book is primarily a compendium of articles on issues relating to gender and
management, which will benefit professionals, scholars and researchers. The volume
provides an excellent opportunity for all those interested to update their knowledge on
the concept, processes, issues, emerging paradigms on Gender and Management from a