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A Woman’s New Place

The glass ceiling and biases remain, but a survey indicates corporate India’s ready for a mindshift

A Woman’s New Place
A Woman’s New Place
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Have five decades of independence changed the workplace for women?
Are more women invading male bastions?
Are top slots still exclusively male?

IS this then the age-old unresolved debate in a more sophisticated format? ‘Women-and the Changing Dynamics in Organisations’, that’s the topic coming up for discussion in February 2000 at the International Symposium on Empowerment of Women in Hyderabad hosted by the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia.

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