1. For a full description of the work at this site, see:
L. Perlow, “The Time Famine: An Unintended Consequence of the Way Time Is Used at Work” (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Sloan School of Management, Ph.D. dissertation, 1995).
2. For a full description of this site, see:
R. Johnson, “Where’s the Power in Empowerment? Definition, Difference, and Dilemmas of Empowerment in the Context of Work-Family Management” (Boston, Massachusetts: Harvard Business School, Ph.D. dissertation, 1994).
3. For a full description of this case, see:
the appendix by S. Eaton and M. Harvey, in “Re-linking Work and Family: A Catalyst for Organizational Change” (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Sloan School of Management, working paper #3892-96, 1996).
This paper is based on a research project supported by the Ford Foundation. For a full report, see: R. Rapoport, L. Bailyn, D. Kolb, J.K. Fletcher, et al., Relinking Life and Work: Toward a Better Future (New York: The Ford Foundation, 1996). Others involved in the research project were Susan Eaton, Maureen Harvey, Robin Johnson, and Leslie Perlow. Rhona Rapoport was the consultant to the project. The Ford Foundation, in conjunction with the Xerox Corporation and Working Mother magazine, is hosting a CEO Summit in New York on 15 September 1997 to discuss this report.Our names are listed in alphabetical order. This article was a fully collaborative effort, as was, with other team members, the project itself.