Challenging Women: Gender, Culture and Organization

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    To Joe, Kate, Same and Eddy

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    This book is the result of ten years work with women managers working in local government and in local organisations. Many of the women interviewed in the early 1990s were inspirational at a time when it was difficult to introduce new ways of working into the mainstream. I wanted to give voice to those challenging and committed women who struggled to reorganize services when it was difficult and who often suffered for their integrity. Shifting male gender cultures is not an easy process – and is not about male and female differences but establishing more open and egalitarian relationships between women, and between men and women. It is a political process not a creed.

    The women in this book contributed to a significant culture shift in British society even if many avoided the term feminist, a term misappropriated many years ago. Glynis Burgoyne, Rohima Khan, Julie and Cath Joyce, Maureen Ryan who worked in community projects were exceptional in their energy and commitment. I should also mention those women who straddled the interface between local council and the community, and who worked to change internal practices and ‘join-up’ services long before the current government's modernization programme. A few examples being Caroline Bond, Pat Cochrane, Annie Grice, Annie Faulder, Juliet Pierce, Lily Rushton, and Jude Stoddart.

    We all shift ground and interests and I would probably not have managed to complete the process of writing were it not for Oi Parkin, Bronwen Holden and Simon Miller. I was also galvanized by the support of Graham Frost, Pat Gore, Marion Macalpine, Miranda Miller, Hilary Wainwright, Judith Weymont and Joyce Maddock.

    At Sage Commissioning Editor Rosemary Nixon and Production Editor Vanessa Harwood have been extremely supportive, and without the administrative support of Lorna Tittle and Janet Pike I would have been lost.

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