Women at the Summit of Larger Corporations in Cameroon
NGO ESSOUNGA Angeline Raymonde

This paper analyses the access of women into top managerial positions within larger companies in Cameroon, a sub Saharan African country. Based on a qualitative study where documentary research and content analysis are used, the paper it affirms that some women bearing the title of general managers in Cameroon are dynamic, competent, and good leaders within corporations where they are appointed. After presenting some details of the social context in which women got access in top management, the paper develops a description of the reign of women at the head of larger corporations.

Full Text: PDF      DOI: 10.15640/ijgws.v4n1a8