Monday, June 26, 2006

Gender inequality in Indonesia

At our company we're very fortunate to have some excellent managerial staff. They possess strength of character and common sense, are ethical, and can be relied upon to take responsibility and demonstrate leadership.

Of course, we also have managers who are at the opposite end of the leadership spectrum - lazy, lacking basic common sense, prone to fraud and corruption, have no problem solving skills, and abrogate responsibility.

The first category of manager, without exception, are female.

So, despite (or in spite of) the fact that Islamic societies appear to advantage to men over women, female managers in Indonesia have risen above that, and in this blogger's opinion (and no doubt the opinion of others) are highly preferred for senior management roles in this country.


Blogger treespotter said...


where are those wonderful female managers?

I can't say more, really, i shouldn't.

11:19 PM  

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