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    Risk Factors of Culture: Women and the Glass Ceiling Effect

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    In an increasingly-interlinked world, organizational/employee constituencies will be made up of female executives, especially within management cadres (given the numerical growth of women in the domestic workforce). To address the possible issues inherent in this shift, the following research questions are to be addressed:
    1. What, realistically, will be the risk of assigning female staff persons to pivotal roles in an organization's global effort?
    2. Where exactly does the female executive fit in the global endeavor, considering that sometimes perceptions found in the global environment may pose risk to the potential success of an organization?

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    Solution Summary

    The solution provides 9 pages of analysis of cultural risk on business and more particularly the impact on women and business due to the glass ceiling effect; global scope; APA-formatted, 25 references.