Study of gender differences pierces myths — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily
Men are stronger at business analysis and strategic planning and women are more results-driven, according to a recent study of North American managers. The study of 900 male and 900 female managers by the Management Research Group in Portland, Maine, found that women do not manage in a more democratic, participatory manner. It also concluded that men are not necessarily more autocratic. Most surprising, the study challenges the notion that men are more results-oriented. The findings indicate that women push themselves and others harder to produce at a higher level.
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