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Disappearing acts : gender, power and relational practice at work
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  • Disappearing acts : gender, power and relational practice at work
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  • MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. ; London : 1999
  • 1999
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • xii,166p. : ill. ; 24cm
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  • Arbetsmarknad Kvinnor
  • Sociologi Arbetslivssociologi Organisationssociologi
  • 0-262-06205-4 (inb.)
  • 978-0-262-06205-3 (inb.)
  • 978-0-262-56140-2 (hft.)
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With its move from hierarchical to team-based structures and its dismantling of functional barriers, the organization of the future is touted as a radical departure from traditional models. The worker of the future, we are told, must be a collaborative team player, able to give and receive help, empower others, and operate in a world of interdependence. This new worker needs relational skills and emotional intelligence - the ability to work effectively with others and understand the emotional context in which work takes place. Paradoxically, the very skills that give organizations a competitive advantage may be precisely those that prevent individual employees - especially women - from advancing.

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