Diversity Management

Thomas, Jr., R. Roosevelt
May 1999
Executive Excellence;May99, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p8
Provides tips on implementing workforce diversity plans. Improvement of health of entire organization; Difference of diversity from varied group representation; Maximizing of potentials of all individuals and groups; Pressure on individuals to conform to a dominant culture.


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