Kobiety na stanowiskach menedżerskich a konkurencyjność firm

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Ewa Lisowska

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Celem artykułu jest pokazanie najnowszych danych liczbowych, ilustrujących udział kobiet na stanowiskach menedżerskich w Polsce na tle krajów europejskich oraz wskazanie, że zróżnicowane pod względem płci zarządy mają wpływ na konkurencyjność przedsiębiorstwa. W analizie będą wykorzystane dane wtórne, czyli opublikowane wyniki dotychczasowych badań nad tym stosunkowo nowym zagadnieniem, jakim są korzyści płynące z różnorodności ze względu na płeć na najwyższych szczeblach zarządzania.(fragment tekstu)

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Lisowska, E. (2019). Kobiety na stanowiskach menedżerskich a konkurencyjność firm. Kobieta I Biznes, (1-4), 2-9, 31. https://doi.org/10.33119/KiB.2019.1-4.1
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