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Diversity within diversity management : types of diversity in organizations / edited by Andri Georgiadou, Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, and Miguel R. Olivas-Luján.

Contributor(s): Georgiadou, Andri [editor.] [editor.] | Gonzalez-Perez, Maria Alejandra [editor.] [editor.] | Olivas-Lujan, Miguel R [editor.] [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Advanced series in management: v. 22.Publisher: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (xii, 306 pages)Content type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9781789731712 (e-book)Subject(s): Cultural pluralism | Diversity in the workplace | Business & Economics -- Management | Economics, finance, business & managementAdditional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 305.8 LOC classification: HM1271 | .D58 2019Online resources: eBook-Emerald
Contents:
Prelims -- Diversity within diversity: equality and managing diversity -- Pride and prejudice: the case of Barilla S.p.A. -- Representation of women on corporate boards of directors and firm financial performance -- Demographics, conflict, and perceived openness to diversity -- Influence of immigrants' attributes on unfair discrimination in organizations -- Board diversity in audit and finance committees: a case study of Coca-Cola -- Equality and diversity of students in higher education -- Allyship as a diversity and inclusion tool in the workplace -- Managing diversity and social inclusion in a telecom project: overcoming cultural and economic barriers -- Managing workplace inequality in Mexico: an analysis of gender, age, and (dis)ability status -- Managing gender diversity in companies operating in different national contexts: the case of Spanish MNCs in Latin American countries -- Inclusive leadership: a scientometric assessment of an emerging field -- Gender bias in academia: an attempt to render the intangible tangible -- Diverse human families and pet-friendly work environments: pawternity of dogs -- Index.
Summary: Managing diversity plays a crucial part in enabling every member of the workforce to perform up to their full potential. Managers demand satisfactory performance from every member of their workforce and expect the best of their employees. But often, diversity and its management are not viewed as clear contributors to the organization's performance and bottom-line. Managing and leveraging diversity are set aside from the rest of the organization and hence, they are often undervalued amid all the other barriers that companies face. Whilst there is no single tried-and-tested "solution" to diversity and no easy way to manage implementation barriers, this edited collection of case studies from around the globe provides new insights for practitioners, managers, students and researchers. The book seeks to shed light on existing practices disseminating the value of diversity, whilst opening the road toward a wider perspective on its definitions. The contributors provide critical reflections of the current discourse on different types of diversity in heterogenous organizations around the world.
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Prelims -- Diversity within diversity: equality and managing diversity -- Pride and prejudice: the case of Barilla S.p.A. -- Representation of women on corporate boards of directors and firm financial performance -- Demographics, conflict, and perceived openness to diversity -- Influence of immigrants' attributes on unfair discrimination in organizations -- Board diversity in audit and finance committees: a case study of Coca-Cola -- Equality and diversity of students in higher education -- Allyship as a diversity and inclusion tool in the workplace -- Managing diversity and social inclusion in a telecom project: overcoming cultural and economic barriers -- Managing workplace inequality in Mexico: an analysis of gender, age, and (dis)ability status -- Managing gender diversity in companies operating in different national contexts: the case of Spanish MNCs in Latin American countries -- Inclusive leadership: a scientometric assessment of an emerging field -- Gender bias in academia: an attempt to render the intangible tangible -- Diverse human families and pet-friendly work environments: pawternity of dogs -- Index.

Managing diversity plays a crucial part in enabling every member of the workforce to perform up to their full potential. Managers demand satisfactory performance from every member of their workforce and expect the best of their employees. But often, diversity and its management are not viewed as clear contributors to the organization's performance and bottom-line. Managing and leveraging diversity are set aside from the rest of the organization and hence, they are often undervalued amid all the other barriers that companies face. Whilst there is no single tried-and-tested "solution" to diversity and no easy way to manage implementation barriers, this edited collection of case studies from around the globe provides new insights for practitioners, managers, students and researchers. The book seeks to shed light on existing practices disseminating the value of diversity, whilst opening the road toward a wider perspective on its definitions. The contributors provide critical reflections of the current discourse on different types of diversity in heterogenous organizations around the world.

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