What women think men think about us

PMJ research

Last week I wrote about some research from the Project Management Journal by Charlotte Neuhauser, PMP. It looked at the leadership behaviours valued by women and how frequently we apply them. Neuhauser’s research also asked female project managers to report on how they thought they were perceived by men. Here’s what her study had toClick for more

How female project managers lead

Leadership traits of female project managers

While I was researching my book, Customer-Centric Project Management, I came across a piece of research in the Project Management Journal about women’s leadership skills. ‘Project Management Leadership Behaviours and Frequency of Use by Female Project Managers’ by Charlotte Neuhauser, PMP, looks at what women think are the most important leadership characteristics and then whetherClick for more

Research shows women don’t want management jobs


Intellect’s Women in IT Forum and womenintechnology.co.uk recently released the results of their survey about women working in the technology profession. The survey shows that although 8% of women have reached director-level roles, up 3% on 2007, many women are not interested in pursuing pure management roles and want to remain doing hands on, technical jobs.Click for more