Ignoring diversity would be a mistake

Williams; Johnson, Pamela V.
September 1999
Multichannel News;09/27/99, Vol. 20 Issue 40, p60
Explains the diversity initiative developed by the Women in Cable & Telecommunications and the National Association of Minorities in Communications. Diversity as a strategic advantage for corporate America; Call for business to adjust to dramatic changes in the nation's demographics; Fact sheet to help companies meet the challenge of diversity.


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