Rivalry Among Women in Organizations
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This paper presents a literature review of issues associated with interpersonal behavior by women in organizational environments. The paper examines rivalry and competition versus cooperation and collaboration. The paper uses women in the Canadian military as a case study. The paper explores these women's interpersonal relationships and behaviors, concluding that rivalry and competition characterize their interpersonal behaviors. The paper also reviews female theorists and other writers on the issue.
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