This volume addresses the need to integrate gender equality into business and management education and provides examples of leading initiatives illustrating how this can occur from various disciplinary and global perspectives. Gender inequality has a long history in business schools and the workplace, and traditions are hard to change. Some disciplines remain resolutely gendered, affecting both women and men; and case materials on women leaders and managers are still rare.The chapters provide conceptual and research rationales as to why responsible management education must address the issue of gender equality. They also identify materials and resources to assist faculty in integrating gender issues and awareness into various disciplines and fields. These include specific case studies and innovations that assess or address the role of gender in various educational environments.The book is designed to help faculty integrate the topic of gender equality into their own teaching and research and gain support for the legitimacy of gender equality as an essential management education topic. This is the first book in a series on gender equality as a challenge for business and management education, published with the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) Working Group on Gender Equality.
AcknowledgementsThe Women’s Empowerment PrinciplesThe Six Principles of PRMEIntroduction: Identifying the key issues underlying genderinequality in management education and ways to reduce gender gaps Kathryn Haynes, Patricia M. Flynn, Maureen KilgourPart 1: Trends and challenges in management education 1. Gender inequality in management education: Past, present and future Maureen Kilgour2. Gender equality in business schools Patricia M. Flynn, Kevin V. Cavanagh and Diana Bilimoria3. Sustainability as a lens to explore gender equality: A missed opportunity for responsible management Kathryn Haynes, Alan Murray4. Cleaning our houses: Gender equity in business Amy Klemm Verbos, Deanna KennedyPart 2: Disciplinary perspectives 5. Defining the terrain for responsible management education: Gender, gender equality and the case of marketing Wendy Hein6. Business education for nurse leaders: A case study of leadership development in a vital, highly gendered industry Teresa J. Rothausen, Dawn M. Bazarko7. Legal education and gender equality Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio8. Are we still telling female students they can’t lead? A content analysis of leadership writings and representations in organizational behaviour texts Rhonda L. Dever, Albert J. MillsPart 3: Institutional perspectives 9. It can be done! Organizational interventions that can reduce the influence of gender prejudice on perceptions, performance and aspirations Mary Godwyn and Nan S. Langowitz10. From theory to practice: A university promoting gender equality in business Susan M. Adams11. Gender and diversity in management education at Europe’s largest university of economics and business: An evaluation of 12 years of teaching diversity management Regine Bendl, Helga Eberherr, Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger, Anett Hermann, Thomas Köllen, Gloria Kutscher, Heike Mensi-Klarbach, Gloria Warmuth12. Integrating gender and diversity in management education: Finding the right balance between “integration” and “marginalization” Julia C. Nentwich, Gudrun SanderPart 4: International13. Gender equality in MBA programs in Latin America Sandra Idrovo Carlier14. Persistent labour market inequalities: What do the French management schools do for their female students?Krista Finstad-Milion and Christine Morin-Estèves15. Still too soon to forget “women”? Making the case for the importance of gender diversity in management education: a study of India and the United States Lynda Moore, Ujvala Rajadhyaksha and Stacy Blake-Beard16. The role of business school education for Japanese and non-Japanese women in Japan Mari KondoPart 5: Pedagogical Approaches17. The gender equality index and reflective role-plays: Introducing gender in management education Anna Wahl18. Gender and pedagogy: A business school case study Julie Hall and Jo Peat19. Integrating gender equality into management education: An MBA course on women in organizations Diana Bilimoria20. Teaching gender issues in management education: The role of experiential approachesKara A. Arnold, Dale Foster21. From teaching ethics to ethical teaching: Feminist interventions in management education Michelle Ann Kweder, Banu Özkazanç-Pan22. The Eighth Summit: Women’s ascent of organizationsDianne Lynne Bevelander, Michael John PageConcluding comments: Going forward Maureen Kilgour, Patricia M. Flynn and Kathryn HaynesAbout the contributors