1. Sex Equality in Organizations.
2. The Gender Relations of Management.
3. It's Hard to be Soft: Is Management Style Gendered?.
4. The Corporate Career: 'Why Can't a Woman be More like a Man?'.
5. Personal Management: Sexuality and Workplace Relationships.
6. Managing Home Life.
"This is a challenging book, posing uncomfortable questions which are argued coherently through a broad-ranging analysis of labour markets, managerial work and home lives. Judy Wajcman rejects current rhetorics about changing models of management automatically opening career paths for women, gender neutrality in selection processes, diversity as an equality strategy and much more. Her persistent scepticism might unsettle some people, but it certainly deserves attention. The case study data offers valuable textured support for the book's analysis." Judi Marshall, University of Bath
- A unique approach to the study of management from a sociological and feminist perspective
- The book provides new empirical material on the experience of both men and women managers whereas previous studies have tended to focus exclusively on women
- It combines studies of gender relations in the workplace and the home looking at the interconnectedness between home and work.