Beyond Race and Gender: Unleashing the Power of Your Total Work Force by Managing Diversity

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By the year 2000 only one in every seven new employees will be the standard-issue white male. The ability to manage this diversity successfully has become a basic strategy for corporate survival. Beyond Race and Gender supplies an action plan, extensive case studies and a series of tough questions and answers to get readers thinking deeply about what elements are blocking the full use of their employees.

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This is a practical primer on how businesses can address issues of diversity in the work place. Written in 1992, the book seems somewhat dated. Many issues it addresses have been resolve, some have ... Read full review

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R. ROOSEVELT THOMAS, Jr., Ph.D. (Atlanta, GA) one of America's most respected authorities on diversity issues, is CEO of R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Inc. and founder of the American Institute for Managing Diversity. He is the author of Beyond Race and Gender (AMACOM 0-8144-7807-7) and Redefining Diversity (AMACOM 0-8144-0228-3).

MARJORIE I. WOODRUFF is Director of Curriculum Development at R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Inc.

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