A SHECONOMY MANAGEMENT 3.0 BENEFIT MODEL & FRAMEWORK OF GENDER DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP FOR GREATER INNOVATION, CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND FIRM FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Valerie Vaccaro, Kean University, Union, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Benja Stig Fagerland, University South East Norway, Norway
Deborah Y. Cohn, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, New York, U.S.A.

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EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT
Volume 19, Issue 1, p39-62, March 2019

ABSTRACT

This is the first study to bring together clear-cut empirical evidence of the positive relationship between gender diversity leadership with greater innovation, corporate social responsibility, and firm financial performance. Based on an extensive research review, we develop the new SHEconomy-Management 3.0 Benefit Model & Framework of Gender Diversity Leadership for Greater Innovation, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Firm Financial Performance (also referred to as the SHEconomy ICF Leadership Model & Framework). Further, this is the first research to tie the SHEconomy and gender diversity to the philosophy of Management 3.0. This paper offers managerial implications and in-depth recommendations for future research to support the SHEconomy movement to decrease the gender gap in management for greater equity and to more successfully reach company objectives to achieve the triple bottom line to help make the world a better place for humankind.

Keywords

SHEconomy, Gender Diversity Leadership, Benefits, Model, Framework, Management 3.0, Benefits, Triple Bottom Line, Innovation, CSR Corporate Social Responsibility, Firm Financial Performance


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