A core text for modules in diversity management that examines concepts, research and practices from Europe and the wider world, in particular to United States, to provide approaches to diversity and inclusivity which recognise the importance of organizational and individual considerations in historical, political, social and cultural contexts.
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'A must read for all people, students, employees and managers alike, concerned with the persistence of inequality (regimes) in organizations. Diversity in Organizations provides theoretically well informed and practice-oriented, step-by-step guidelines for the development of surprisingly dynamic diversity policies and practices in contemporary organizations.'
Dr. Ida Sabelis, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands and Joint Editor-In-Chief for Gender, Work and Organization
'This book covers the full complexity and importance of diversity and inclusion in organizations in an excellent way. It is compulsory reading for any diversity practitioner or manager working in Europe.'
Dr. Pia Höök, Diversity Director at Volvo Group and Senior lecturer at Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
PART I: FRAMING DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS
Theoretical Perspectives on Diversity in Organizations
The European Diversity Context
PART II: INDIVIDUAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL DIVERSITY PROCESSES
Doing Gender/Doing Difference
Cross-cultural Gender and Diversity Contexts
PART III: ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES
Organizational Strategies and Policies
Diversity Management: The Business and Moral Cases
Work Life Equilibrium
PART IV: FROM DIVERSE TO INCLUSIVE ORGANIZATIONS
Lessons from Good Practice and the Future of Diversity and Inclusivity
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ed. by Mary Ann Danowitz, Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger, Heike Mensi-Klarbach
Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan
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1. publ., XXI, 310 S. : graph. Darst.