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Table of Contents Preface by Carolyn Buck Luce Part One: The Challenge Chapter One: Why Mess with the Male Competitive Model? Chapter Two: Women¿s Non-linear Careers Chapter Three: Gargantuan Demands: Extreme Jobs Compound the Problem Chapter Four: The Business Case Part Two: Models at the Cutting Edge Intro Chapter Five: Flexible Work Arrangements Ernst & Young BT Group Citigroup Chapter Six: Arc-of-Career Flexibility Booz Allen Hamilton Lehman Brothers Goldman Sachs Chapter Seven: Re-imagining Work-Life Citigroup Time Warner Chapter Eight: Claiming and Sustaining Ambition Johnson & Johnson Time Warner General Electric Chapter Nine: Tapping into Altruism Goldman Sachs Cisco Time Warner Chapter Ten: Combating Stigma and Stereotypes Lehman Cisco Ernst & Young Conclusions Chapter Eleven: Canaries in the Coal Mine Notes About the author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Women in the professions -- United States.
Women -- Employment -- United States.
Corporations -- United States -- Case studies.
Working mothers -- United States.
Work and family -- United States.