Özkaya, Meltem Onay; Özbılgın, Mustafa; Şengül, Canan Muter
January 2008
Selcuk University Social Sciences Institute Journal;2008, Vol. 19, p359
Academic Journal
Diversity management approach, which proposes making use of differences between individuals in organizations in order to offer competitive advantage, is becoming getting a more important strategic consideration for contemporary organizations. The main goal of this research is to observe the application of the three processes cited in the "Total Integration Theory" in six organizations (three of domestic companies, three of foreign invested companies) and whether there are differences between them.


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