Women in Top Management Positions in the Sport Industry: Breaking Down the Barriers and Stereotypes
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Even with the advancements that women have made throughout history, very few women have risen to the top of sports organizations. Previous research cites gender based stereotypes, segregation based on job type, and the “old boys’ network” as causes for this trend. The purpose of this study is to focus on the women currently working in the industry and explore their experiences in the work place. Seven interviews were conducted with women working in leadership positions in the sport industry. Their responses to the interview questions contradict previous findings. The results of this study show that women are overcoming the barriers that were set in the past and more women today are successful in management roles in the Sport Industry.
Simmons, Katie, "Women in Top Management Positions in the Sport Industry: Breaking Down the Barriers and Stereotypes" (2011). Sport Management Undergraduate. Paper 22.
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