Leaders need to develop "gender intelligence" and recognize that men and women approach problems differently, write Barbara Annis and Keith Merron in this book excerpt. That variation in outlook brings two powerful, if incomplete, perspectives that can be combined in the modern workplace. "In order to create a new model that takes the best from each approach, the classic business problem-solving process must be revamped," Annis and Merron write.
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