Stating that women are less likely to express preferences or ask for things, an examination of the social forces constraining women demonstrates how women can evaluate their opportunities and become comfortable with making requests. Reprint. 20, 000 first printing.Practitioners can act on the advice in the book, and researchers will be asking new questions for decades. This book will fundamentally change how wethink.aquot;--Max H. Bazerman, Harvard Business School aquot;Eye-opening and riveting.
|Title||:||Women Don't Ask|
|Author||:||Linda Babcock, Sara Laschever|
|Publisher||:||Bantam - 2007|