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Women Business Leaders

Identity, Resistance, and Alternative Forms of Knowledge in Saudi Arabia

Liela A. Jamjoom

Women Business Leaders
Women Business Leaders

Women Business Leaders

Identity, Resistance, and Alternative Forms of Knowledge in Saudi Arabia

Liela A. Jamjoom

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Women Business Leaders: Identity, Resistance, and Alternative Forms of Knowledge in Saudi Arabia aims to counter the master narrative on Saudi women in leadership by offering an intimate reading of the women’s stories and experiences.



"Vividly and powerfully, Liela Jamjoom opens our ears and eyes in this book to the myriad ways Saudi women construct and enact their identities as leaders. In so doing, Jamjoom dares us to go beyond singular narratives of Saudi women as obedient and oppressed, and challenges us to think in new ways about human agency and the power, subtlety and effectiveness of resistance. I found the book, its stories and Liela’s analysis, riveting reading and ultimately a passport for hope and learning in a postcolonial world." - Amanda Sinclair, Professorial Fellow, Melbourne Business School, Australia

"Liela Jamjoom’s important work allows us to understand the complexity of experiences, identities, and practices of Saudi women leaders. She brings depth and nuance to the lives of these women and in doing so, expands the global repertoire of management and organizational studies scholarship that attends to leadership, identity and organizational analysis. And most importantly, her careful analysis and contribution provide a much-needed non-Western perspective in the field." - Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Professor in the Practice of Engineering, Brown University, USA

"How can we re-narrate dominant stories of ourselves told by the mainstream literature in Management and Organizational Studies? This poignant question is at the heart of Dr. Liela Jamjoom’s authentic and intimate book. Through rich and varied stories of women’s lives, Jamjoom illuminates an intellectual and political endeavour that is critical of the "epistemological erasure" of herself as a Saudi woman, and other women in Saudi Arabia." - Charlotte M. Karam, PhD, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa and Olayan School of Business, American University of Beirut



Liela A. Jamjoom is a Research Fellow at Dar Al-Hekma University, Saudi Arabia. She is also an Associate Editor at Qualitative Research in Organization Management and an executive member at the Critical Management Studies Division at the Academy of Management Conference.

Specifications

  • Publisher
    Routledge
  • Pub date
    May 2024
  • Pages
    214
  • Theme
    Management: leadership and motivation
  • Dimensions
    229 x 152 mm
  • Weight
    453 gram
  • EAN
    9781032067421
  • Paperback
    Paperback
  • Language
    English

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