Lotte Bailyn papers
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- 1961 - 2009
- Bailyn, Lotte (Person)
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Bailyn earned a BA in mathematics from Swarthmore College and an MA and a PhD in social psychology from Harvard University.
from her faculty research web site:
She studies the relationship between managerial practice and employees’ lives. Her research investigates how institutional and organizational processes intersect with people’s lives, with special emphasis on the dynamics of gender and diversity in business organizations and academia. Bailyn argues that industries will fail in an intensely competitive world unless they take into account the changing nature of the professional workforce— including the influx of women and the consequent lifestyle changes for both women and men. Her work in organizations shows that work and personal life are complementary, even synergistic, rather than adversarial. By challenging the assumptions in which current work practices are embedded, the goals of both business productivity and employees’ family and community concerns can be met in ways that are equitable for both men and women.
Teaching: MIT 15.339 Social Psychology of Work and Organizations; 15.349 Personal issues In the Management of Human Resources; 15.348 Workshop in Research Methods.
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Source of Acquisition
- Bailyn, Lotte, with Edgar H. Schein. Living with Technology: Issues at Mid-Career. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1980.
- "Autonomy in the Industrial R&D Lab." Bailyn, Lotte. Human Resource Management Vol. 24, No. 2 (1985): 129-146.
- "Experiencing Technical Work: A Comparison of Male and Female Engineers." Bailyn, Lotte. Human Relations Vol. 40, No. 5 (1987): 299-312.
- Bailyn, Lotte. Breaking the Mold: Redesigning Work for Productive and Satisfying Lives. Free Press, 1993.
- Breaking the Mold: Redesigning Work for Productive and Satisfying Lives. Bailyn, Lotte. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2006.
- Relinking Life and Work: Toward a Better Future. Rapoport, Rhona, Lotte Bailyn, Deborah Kolb and Joyce K. Fletcher. New York, NY: Ford Foundation, 1996.
- MIT Faculty Newsletter, vol.XI no. 4, March 1999. Special Edition. A Study on the Status of Women Faculty in Science at MIT.
- Beyond Work-Family Balance: Advancing Gender Equity and Workplace Performance. Jossey-Bass, 2002.
- Lotte Bailyn, Academic Careers and Gender Equity: Lessons Learned from MIT. Gender, Work & Organization, 7–153, 2003.
- "Putting Gender on the Table." Bailyn, Lotte. in Becoming MIT: Moments of Decision, 165-186. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2010.
Interview with Lotte Bailyn
- Preliminary Inventory to the Papers of Lotte Bailyn
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