America's Competitive Secret
Oxford University Press, 1997
IBSN: 0-19-511914-2 (Pbk.)
How and why professional women will revitalize American business.
Written by the acclaimed author of the much talked about Harvard Business Review article, "Ways Women Lead."
Shows how the special talents of women can provide a competitive edge to organizations which value and fully
Analyzes the latest research on women, work, and organizational change around the world.
"Judy B. Rosener chronicles the barriers to full use of women's talents—and the cost to business."
"...a straightforward and readable guide that will help each side understand the other's attitude about women in management."— St. Louis Post Dispatch
"In her simple, no nonsense style, Rosener demystifies why and how men and women respond to gender in the workplace."—Women in Management Review
"American women [Rosener] argues, are an untapped, or at least an underutilized competitive resource."—The New York Times
"Rosener has observed firsthand the emergence and importance of women in the U.S. economy." Chicago Tribune
"Judy B. Rosener chronicles the barriers to full use of women's talents—and the cost to business." The Washington Post
"She doesn't ask to replace the male dominant culture, rather she contends that everyone is simply better off in an organization that values diversity over sameness." Los Angeles Times