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Books on Women in Business

Babcock, L., & Laschever, S. (2003). Women don't ask: Negotiation and the gender divide. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (HD 58.6 .B33 2003)

Bell, E. L. J. E., & Nkomo, S. M. (2001). Our separate ways: Black and white women and the struggle for professional identity. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 6054.4 .U6 .B45 2001)

Berlatsky, N. (2015). Working women. Greenhaven Press. Online access.

Black, C. (2007). Basic black: The essential guide for getting ahead at work (and in life). New York, NY: Random House Audio. (Books on CD HF 5381 .B448)

Blau, F. D., Ferber, M. A., & Winkler, A. E. (1998). The economics of women, men, and work. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. (HQ 1421 .B56 1998)

Borman, K., & Dubeck, P. J. (Eds.). (1996). Women and work: A handbook. New York, NY: Garland. (HD 6095 .W678 1996)

Burke, R. J., & Mattis. M. C. (Eds.). (2000). Women on corporate boards of directors: International challenges and opportunities. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (HD 6054.3 .W67 2000)

Byron, C. M. (2002). Martha, Inc.: The incredible story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. New York, NY: Wiley. (TX 140 .S74 B97 2002)

Carlassare, E. (2001). DotCom divas: E-business insights from the visionary women founders of 20 net ventures. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. (HF 5548.325 .U6 .C37 2001)

Coleman, S., & Robb, A. M. (2016). The next wave: Financing women's growth-oriented firms. Stanford, CA: Stanford Economics and Finance, an imprint of
     Stanford University Press. Walsh College Troy New Books (HG 4061.C638 2016)

Coughlin, J. H., (with Thomas, A. R.). (2002). The rise of women entrepreneurs: People, processes, and global trends. Westport, CT: Quorum Books.
     (HD 6072.5 .C68 2002)

Decosterd, M. L. (2013). How women are transforming leadership: Four key traits powering success. Santa Barbara, CA:  Praeger. (BF 637 .L4 .D427 2013)

Drachman, V. G. (2002). Enterprising women: 250 years of American business. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press. (HC 102.5 .D73 2002)

Duff, C. S. (1999). Learning from other women: How to benefit from the knowledge, wisdom and experience of female mentors. New York, NY: AMACOM. (HD 6054.2 .U6 .D84 1999)

Eagly, A. H. (2007). Through the labyrinth: The truth about how women become leaders. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 6054.3 .E34 2007)

Frankel, L. P. (2004). Nice girls don’t get the corner office: 101 unconscious mistakes women make that sabotage their careers. New York, NY: Warner Business Books. (HQ 1206 .F68 2004)

Giele, J. Z., & Stebbins, L. F. (2003). Women and equality in the workplace: A reference handbook. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC Clio. (HD 6095 .G48 2003)

Gilberd, P. (1996). The eleven commandments of wildly successful women. New York: Spectrum Books. (HD 6054.4 .U6 G545 1996)

Glaser, C. B. (1995). Swim with the dolphins: How women can succeed in corporate America on their own terms. New York: Warner Books. (HD 6054.4 .U6 G58 1995)

Gurian, M. (2008). Leadership and the sexes: Using gender science to create success in business. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (HD 57.7 .G87 2008)

Harriman, A. (1996). Women/men/management (2nd ed.). Westport, CT: Praeger. (HD 6060.5 .U5 H37 1996)

Hefferman, M. (2007). How she does it: How women entrepreneurs are changing the rules of business success. New York, NY: Viking. (HD 6053 .H37 2007)

Hefferman, M. (2004). The naked truth: A working woman's manifesto on business and what really matters. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (HD 6054.3 .H435 2004)

Hewlett, S. A. (2007). Off-ramps and on-ramps: Keeping talented women on the road to success. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.  (HD 6054.2 .U6 .H49)

Hollander, L. (2003). Bags to riches: 7 success secrets for women in business. Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts. (HD 6053 .H63 2003)

Kolb, D. M., Williams, J. & Frohlinger, C. (2004). Her place at the table: A woman’s guide to negotiating five key challenges to leadership success. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (HD 6054.3 .K65 2004)

Levine, J. P. (2015). Million dollar women: The essential guide for female entrepreneurs who want to go big. New York: Simon & Schuster. (HD 2341 .P5197 2015)

Mikaelian, A. (1999). Women who mean business: Success stories of women over forty. New York, NY: W. Morrow. (HC 102.5 .A2 1999)

Milazzo, V. L. (2011). Wicked success is inside every woman. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. (HF 5386 .M5784 2011)

Miller, L. E., & Miller, J. (2011). A woman's guide to successful negotiating: How to convince, collaborate, and create your way to agreement (2nd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. (BF 637 .N4 .M55 2011)

Mindell, P. (2001). How to say it for women. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. (HF 5718 .M553 2001)

Moore, D. P. (1997). Women entrepreneurs: Moving beyond the glass ceiling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (HD 6072.5 .M66 1997)

Orser, B., & Elliott, C. (2015). Feminine capital: Unlocking the power of women entrepreneurs. Stanford, CA: Stanford Business Books, an imprint of Stanford
      University Press. (HD 6072.5 .O77 2015)

Pakroo, P. (2010). The women's small business start-up kit: A step-by-step legal guide. Berkeley, CA: Nolo. (HD 6053 .P35 2010)

Reardon, K. K. (1995). They don’t get it, do they?: Communication in the workplace: Closing the gap between women and men (1st ed.). Boston: Little, Brown. (HD 6072.5 .M66 1997)

Reynolds, P. D. (1997). The entrepreneurial process: economic growth, men, women, and minorities. Westport, CT: Quorum Books. (HD 62.5 .R49 1997)

Rosener, J. B. (1995). America’s competitive secret: Utilizing women as a management strategy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. (HD 6054.4 .U6 R67 1995)

Rezvani, S. (2010). The next generation of women leaders: What you need to lead but won't learn in business school.  Santa Barbara, CA:Praeger. (HD 6054.3 .R49 2010)

Ruderman, M. N., & Ohlott, P.J. (2002). Standing at the crossroads: Next steps for high-achieving women. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (HF 5382.6 .R83 2002)

Rudman, C. (1995). Frames of reference: How men and women can overcome communication barriers and increase their effectiveness at work. Princeton, NJ: Peterson’s/Pacesetter Books. (HF 5718 .R836 1995)

Shirk, M., Wadia, A. S., Wilson, M. C. & Gould, S. K. (2002). Kitchen table entrepreneurs: How eleven women escaped poverty and became their own bosses. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. (HD 6072.6 .U5 S557 2002)

Siebert, M. (2002). Changing the rules: Adventures of a Wall Street maverick. New York, NY: Free Press. (HG 4928.5 .S58 2002)

Silver, A. D. (1994). Enterprising women: Lessons from 100 of the greatest entrepreneurs of our day. New York, NY: AMA. (HD 6054.4 .U6 S55 1994)

Smith, C. A. (2005). Market women: Black women entrepreneurs: Past, present, and future. Westport, CN: Praeger. (HD 6054.4 .U6 .S65 2005)

Stanley, T. J. (2001). Millionaire women next door: The many journeys of successful American businesswomen. Kansas City, KS: Andrews McMeel Publishing. (HD 6072.6 .U5 .S73 2004)

Stanny, B. (2002). Secrets of six-figure women: Surprising strategies to up your earnings and change your life (1st ed.). New York, NY: HarperCollins (HD 6061.S73 2002)

Stewart, M. (2005). The Martha rules: 10 essentials for  achieving success as you start, build, or manage a business.  Emmaus, PA: Rodale. (HF 5386 .S8836 2005)

Swiss, D. J. (1996). Women breaking through: Overcoming the final 10 obstacles at work. Princeton, NJ: Peterson’s/Pacesetter Books. (HD 6053 .S89 1996)

Tannen, D. (1994). Talking from nine to five: How women's and men's conversational styles affect who gets heard, who gets credit, and what gets done at work (1st ed.). New York, NY: W. Morrow. (HF 5718 .T36 1994)

Wellington, S., & Catalyst (with Spence, B.). (2001). Be your own mentor: Strategies from top women on the secrets of success. New York, NY: Random House. (HF 5385 .W44 2001)

Werhane, P., Posig, M., Gundry, L., Ofstein, L, & Powell, E. (2007). Women in business: The changing face of leadership.  Westport, CN: Praeger. (HD 6054.3 .W636 2007)

Wesman, J. (1995). Dive right in: The sharks won’t bite: The entrepreneurial woman’s guide to business. Chicago, IL: Dearborn Financial Pub. (HD 6054.3 .W46 1995)

Wirth, L. (2001). Breaking through the glass ceiling: Women in management . Geneva: International Labour Office. ( HD 6054.3 W57 2001)

Wittenberg-Cox, A., & Maitland, A. (2008). Why women mean business: Understanding the emergence of our next economic revolution. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (HD 6053 .W58 2008)

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