NOT IN THE CLUB
Winner of 5 Book Awards
“Pucino’s book is a call to arms for both men and women at every stage of their corporate careers……Promoting new ideas for business management with a refreshingly progressive focus...."– Cassee Chow, Literary Inklings
"This is a potentially stellar guide for all professionals, male as well as female, on how to succeed in business....there’s an increasing number of titles about women in management, but this one scores on both brevity and utility." - The Library Journal Online
"No job is more important to a CEO than developing talent. Yet CEOs in most organizations allow the existence of a club mentality that excludes women and marginalizes their ability to do their best work. Janet Pucino has written an important and insightful book that describes the pervasive and insidious nature of 'The Club'. It should be mandatory reading for all leaders who want to build great organizations and all women who want to be successful in them."
- Jeff Stiefler, Chairman/Director of several public and private companies, former President, American Express, former Chairman and CEO, Digital Insight
‘Not In The Club’ provides an insightful look at the unique challenges women encounter as they advance toward executive positions while revealing candid, real-life experiences that expose biases and barriers.
"Janet's ability to share her years of experience navigating the course between success, gender and growth will equip the future women leaders in business with the necessary tools to blur the lines between gender and career aspiration.”
- James Barlett, Vice Chairman Teletech, former Chairman, President and CEO Galileo International
"In 'Not in the Club,' Janet Pucino illuminates how social – rather than biological – processes marginalize women who work in elite, male-dominated professions. Drawing on research, as well as her extensive personal experience in professional IT workplaces, Pucino presents a much-needed and engaging intervention into workplace gender inequality, and provides a road map for companies and individuals committed to eradicating the exclusionary practices of “the men’s club.”
- Kristen Schilt, University of Chicago