Diversity Dynamics in the Workplace
Thomson/Wadsworth, 2005 - Business & Economics - 233 pages
DIVERSITY DYNAMICS IN THE WORKPLACE explores organizational psychology topics such as socialization, leadership, and career development from a diversity perspective in order to convey the challenges and opportunities that diversity may present within these organizational domains. DIVERSITY DYNAMICS IN THE WORKPLACE highlights emerging areas of research and practice for the diversity-conscious business leader, researcher, or instructor and is designed to help of prepare students to work effectively in diverse workplace environments. Its brief, paperback format makes DIVERSITY DYNAMICS IN THE WORKPLACE an ideal resource for today's students.
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