Leaving Top Management; Women Who Don't Want to Run with the Wolves  
11/5/2007 4:07:52 PM

By Gill South (New Zealand Herald) -- Anyone in top management has done a certain amount of playing the game to get to where they are. The skills for this are learnt in the school playground and are second nature to many men. But for increasing numbers of women, although they are familiar with the rules, this game-playing is a turn-off. In their 30s and 40s, many opt out of their careers as personal pressures come into play or they have chalked up enough experience to start up on their own. Read full article below.