Gender And Diversity In Management

Author: Caroline Gatrell
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 0857023063
Size: 59.21 MB
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In this engaging and handy book, Gatrell and Swan provide both an insightful introduction and much-needed resource to the understanding of gender and diversity in management. Gender and Diversity in Management accessibly overviews the core issues of gender, race, sexuality, disability and diversity in management. In an area where there is often conflicting scholarship, this concise introduction assesses the key contemporary issues, and takes stock of the debates amongst scholars and practitioners. It will also be of great value to managers from a range of organizations, who seek a practical and up-to-date guide to contemporary thought and practice. Gender and Diversity in Management is designed for students on courses across a range of business and management subjects including Women in Management, Gender in Management, Equal Opportunities and Diversity, and Human Resource Management. It will also be of great value to managers from a range of organizations and sectors who wish to understand better the debates, or who seek a practical and up-to-date guide to contemporary thought and practice.

Gender And Diversity In The Workplace

Author: Gary N. Powell
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780803944862
Size: 77.85 MB
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This practical workbook includes a wide variety of exercises appropriate for students as well as managers, administrators and other employees of organizations. Individual and group activities, diagnostic instruments, role plays, case studies and simulations all help students and workers to gain a better understanding of how gender and diversity issues may be dealt with in a manner that takes advantage of the potential contributions of all members of the workforce. A separate instructor's manual is available from Sage providing guidance on how to run the various exercises, including how they may be adapted for special purposes.

Cases In Gender Diversity In Organizations

Author: Alison M. Konrad
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412918046
Size: 77.48 MB
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Cases in Gender & Diversity in Organizations is a compilation of real-life business cases illustrating the unique opportunities and challenges for managers of the new, more demographically diverse workplace. The Casebook provides a thorough overview of the issues and challenges facing organizations as more women enter the workplace, as parents struggle to create more balance between their work and family lives, and as members of different ethnic groups interact more frequently in work organizations around the world. Cases in Gender & Diversity in Organizations offers students the opportunity to develop strategies to make effective decisions regarding a wide array of workplace diversity issues. The Casebook offers contemporary managers a clear sense of the relevance and importance of diversity.

Issues On Gender And Diversity In Management

Author: Ralph Ocon
Publisher: University Press of Amer
ISBN: 9780761835431
Size: 12.99 MB
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The emerging global economy and increasing diversity of the workforce continue to influence the way organizations manage their human resources. This work reviews twelve critical diversity issues students must learn thoroughly and implement resolutely in their careers to become effective leaders in a diverse workplace, such as: Equal Opportunity Employment, Affirmative Action, stereotypes, disabilities, cultural values, dispute resolution, sexual orientation, and implementing a successful diversity program in the workplace. This work is easily adopted into any business or communications course for burgeoning business professionals, or to be read alone as a thorough review for graduates.

Women And Men In Management

Author: Gary N. Powell
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 154433804X
Size: 71.91 MB
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Examine the evolving roles and experiences of women and men in the global workplace. In the Fifth Edition of Women and Men in Management, author Gary N. Powell provides a comprehensive survey and review of the literature on gender and organizations. This new edition is more intersectional than ever with expanded coverage of how race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identify and expression, and generational differences intersect with gender in the workplace. Packed with the latest statistics, research, and examples, the text explores important issues like the gender pay gap, stereotypes and biases, sexual harassment in the workplace, work-life balance, and practical strategies for creating inclusive cultures. New to this Edition Includes references to nearly 1,000 sources to reflect the growing of research since the last edition from 2010. Includes the latest research and statistics on a wide range of important issues like labor force participation, educational attainment, occupational attainment, and more. Public events and trends since the last edition, such as increased public attention to rampant sexual harassment by corporate executives, have been incorporated. New attention is devoted to issues such as the effect of social media on gender socialization and how tech companies lose women of color during the hiring process.

Managing Gender Diversity In Asia

Author: Mustafa F. Èzbilgin
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1849807078
Size: 19.95 MB
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Managing Gender Diversity in Asia is as timely as it is important. Mustafa F. Özbilgin and Jawad Syed raise the set of issues that all of us, managers and scholars, need to ponder and address if we are to have a 21st century defined by equity. Nancy J. Adler, McGill University, Canada This timely Companion examines the unique codes and processes of managing gender diversity, equality and inclusion in Asia. Managing Gender Diversity in Asia covers the whole geography of Asia through chapters authored by eminent scholars in the field and thus provides an authoritative tool for a critical and evidence based understanding of gender diversity management in Asia. The distinctive nature of Asian institutional structures, approaches and processes are examined in order to account for variations in representation and inclusion at work for women and men. This comprehensive Companion will make ideal reading for researchers, postgraduate students and practitioners who wish to understand the methodological and thematic idiosyncrasies of researching gender diversity management in organisational settings.

The Oxford Handbook Of Diversity In Organizations

Author: Regine Bendl
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199679800
Size: 73.13 MB
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Description of the foundations of organizing and managing diversities, and multidisciplinary, intersectional and critical analyses on key issues.

Gender And Race Inequality In Management Critical Issues New Evidence

Author: Matt L. Huffman
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1452240841
Size: 40.76 MB
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Highlighting cutting-edge research by notable and highly visible scholars working in the area of gender, race and management, this text will inspire new directions for future empirical research in this important area.