The aim of the course is to engage you in analyzing working life, organizations, and management from the perspective of gender as ‘doing.’ The course focuses on gendering processes and practices in organizations and in society, and it offers frameworks and tools for analysis. These are rehearsed through extant theory, real-life examples from different societal and cultural contexts, group work, and personal reflection.

This course is the second in the People Management-track in Management and Organization, which consists of the following courses: 1) Leadership, 2) Gender, Management and Organisation, 3) Strategic International Human Resource Management and 4) Personnel Assessment. 

The course can be taken as part of the study module in Corporate Responsibility.