Women's Leadership: Key Factors in the Performance of the Moroccan Women's Cooperative

Case of the Region Rabat-Sale- Kenitra

  • Soumaya Dlimi Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences of Casablanca, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
Keywords: Cooperatives, women, leadership, performance, entrepreneurship.


The social and Solidarity Economy in Morocco aims to reveal the talents of women entrepreneurs, since it is aware of the place that women hold through their major role and their economic participation in an emerging Morocco. It should be noted that academics are increasingly interested in social entrepreneurship, which has existed everywhere and always, but whose contemporary manifestations are intriguing because of their success and their rapid development. ( Bacq and Jenssen, 2011).

The objective of this article is to present the success stories of Moroccan women who have led the flame of entrepreneurship with a tug of war through the creation of cooperatives. To do this, we will present a reflection on the leadership but in the feminine, while analyzing the key factors that led to the performance of the Moroccan women’s cooperative. The field of study will focus on the region of Rabat, Salé and Kénitra.

The structure of our paper will based on the presentation of a literature review on the subject, with the treatment of the results of our empirical research, and finally, recommendations.

Keywords: Cooperatives, women, leadership, performance,  entrepreneurship.


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Dlimi, S. (2021). Women’s Leadership: Key Factors in the Performance of the Moroccan Women’s Cooperative: Case of the Region Rabat-Sale- Kenitra . International Journal of Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Management and Economics, 2(1), 272-286. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4474596