Originally published in 1998. A practical, positive and forward-thinking guide for women managers who want to capitalize on the new ‘cooperative’ ways of working in the organization of today – and the future. The 90s are proving a significant time of change in the world of management. Organizations are increasingly having to look at new ways of working, as the new management philosophies of success stress cooperation, teamwork, motivation and encouragement (‘feminine’) rather than the old ways of command and control (‘masculine’). What do these changes mean for women in the workplace? In what ways are women’s methods more suitable than men’s to the new management style? How can women make the best use of their qualities and apply them successfully? Sally Garratt addresses all these issues and more in a practical and positive guide that will help women managers and directors make the most of their capabilities as organizations approach the new century.