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Innovation Policies and Values of Female Managers from The Gulf: A Qualitative Study

Author(s): Arnaud Lacheret

Citation: Arnaud Lacheret, (2020) "Innovation Policies and Values of Female Managers from The Gulf: A Qualitative Study," Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, Vol. 15, Iss. 5, pp. 62-72

Article Type: Research paper

Publisher: North American Business Press


Promoting an innovative mindset is one of the main objectives of all the Governments and institutions of the Arabo-Persian Gulf. This paper introduces part of findings of a qualitative study on female managers from 3 countries of the GCC impacted by those reforms. The research leads to a new definition of modernity in the Arabian world, impulsed by the women and their dramatic contribution to the changing of the mindset of the region. This changing mindset driven by the new behaviour and attitudes of women is a key driver to promote innovation within the Gulf region more than all kind of new regulations to encourage it.