Gender and Academic Leadership Practices at Copenhagen Business School

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Title: Gender and Academic Leadership Practices at Copenhagen Business School
An Action Research Project
Author: Munar, Ana María; Villesèche, Florence
Abstract: This report examines the relationship between gender and the Heads of Department group’s leadership practices at Copenhagen Business School. This research project is one of the initiatives of the action plan developed by the Diversity and Inclusion Council at this university. Its aim is two fold. First, it examines the following aspects in relation to gender: 1) Management practices in recruitment and promotion (with a special focus on scouting and nudging); 2) Management practices in establishing and maintaining good work cultures and attractive research environments; 3) Best practices and guidelines for the promotion of diversity and equality, including suggestions for avoiding unconscious bias. Second, this initiative aims to stimulate self-reflexivity and open dialogue on the topic of gender and talent development among CBS’s management groups and between these groups and the Diversity and Inclusion Council (CDI).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/9359
Date: 2016-09-23
Notes: An extended reference list made in connection with this report can also be found in OpenArchive@CBS: Munar, A. M, Villesèche, F., & Wiedemann, C. D. (2016), Reference List about Implicit and Unconscious Bias. Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark

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