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In collaborative work cultures, women carry more of the weight / by Renee Cullinan

By: Cullinan, Renee.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 24 July 2018.Description: Online article.Subject(s): Collaboration | Organisational effectiveness | Time management | Professional womenOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Discusses the idea of collaborative overload and looks at research that shows women feel the burden of collaborative overload more keenly then men. Notes reasons why this may be the case such as the fact women are more likely to care for the collective and less likely to take time out for themselves.
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Discusses the idea of collaborative overload and looks at research that shows women feel the burden of collaborative overload more keenly then men. Notes reasons why this may be the case such as the fact women are more likely to care for the collective and less likely to take time out for themselves.

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