Managing the Organizational Melting Pot

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ISBN: 0803974116
Release Date: 1997-05-06
Number of pages: 395
Author: Pushkala Prasad
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Managing the Organizational Melting Pot in PDF and EPUB Some of the more troublesome and disturbing aspects of workplace diversity are illuminated in this volume - individual and institutional resistance, the effectiveness of diversity change efforts and the less visible ways in which exclusion and discrimination continue to be practised in the workplace. To help the reader understand some of these dilemmas, the contributors adopt a number of theoretical frameworks which are striking departures from traditional perspectives on diversity. These include: intergroup relations theory; critical theory; Jungian psychology; feminism; post- colonial theory; cultural history; postmodernism; realism; institutional theory; and class analysis. In addition, they examine different organizatio

Managing Organizational Diversity

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ISBN: 9783319549255
Release Date: 2017-04-22
Number of pages: 158
Author: Carolina Machado
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Managing Organizational Diversity in PDF and EPUB This book provides a comprehensive overview of organizational diversity management, intended to help readers implement effective strategies and maximize the value of organizational diversity. Written by experts from a range of disciplines, it presents cutting-edge research and best practices in this field. Further, it addresses the challenges that organizations face in order to successfully manage organizational diversity and presents the application of theoretical concepts. Individual chapters explore topics including workforce diversity, knowledge management, innovation and change, and decision-making. Providing an invaluable resource for students and researchers in the fields of human resource management, industrial engineering and international business, the book will also benefit human resource managers, engineers and economists.

The Oxford Handbook of Gender in Organizations

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ISBN: 9780191632754
Release Date: 2014-03-13
Number of pages: 752
Author: Savita Kumra
Publisher: OUP Oxford

Download and read online The Oxford Handbook of Gender in Organizations in PDF and EPUB The issue of gender in organizations has attracted much attention and debate over a number of years. The focus of examination is inequality of opportunity between the genders and the impact this has on organizations, individual men and women, and society as a whole. It is undoubtedly the case that progress has been made with women participating in organizational life in greater numbers and at more senior levels than has been historically the case, challenging notions that senior and/or influential organizational and political roles remain a masculine domain. The Oxford Handbook of Gender in Organizations is a comprehensive analysis of thinking and research on gender in organizations with original contributions from key international scholars in the field. The Handbook comprises four sections. The first looks at the theoretical roots and potential for theoretical development in respect of the topic of gender in organizations. The second section focuses on leadership and management and the gender issues arising in this field; contributors review the extensive literature and reflect on progress made as well as commenting on hurdles yet to be overcome. The third section considers the gendered nature of careers. Here the focus is on querying traditional approaches to career, surfacing embedded assumptions within traditional approaches, and assessing potential for alternative patterns to evolve, taking into account the nature of women's lives and the changing nature of organizations. In its final section the Handbook examines masculinity in organizations to assess the diversity of masculinities evident within organizations and the challenges posed to those outside the norm. In bringing together a broad range of research and thinking on gender in organizations across a number of disciplines, sub-disciplines, and conceptual perspectives, the Handbook provides a comprehensive view of both contemporary thinking and future research directions.

Searching for the Human in Human Resource Management

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ISBN: 9781137020222
Release Date: 2007-04-30
Number of pages: 328
Author: Sharon C. Bolton
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Download and read online Searching for the Human in Human Resource Management in PDF and EPUB Searching for the Human in Human Resource Management is a highly original collection penned by leading critical thinkers in the field of organization studies and HRM, each concerned to resituate people at the heart of HRM and organizational analysis. It offers contributions in three key areas: theory, practice and workplace contexts.

Against the Grain

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ISBN: 8763002434
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 320
Author: Anshuman Prasad
Publisher: Copenhagen Business School Press DK

Download and read online Against the Grain in PDF and EPUB The book offers an important look at the extraordinary power and promise of post-colonialism as a critical perspective in management and organisation studies.

Metaphor and Dialectic in Managing Diversity

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ISBN: 9781137022677
Release Date: 2012-06-12
Number of pages: 224
Author: C. Schwabenland
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Metaphor and Dialectic in Managing Diversity in PDF and EPUB Metaphor and dialectic are modes of thinking that influence the ways in which we identify what we have in common with others, how we differ and how we manage this diversity to achieve organizational goals. This book explores how we can become more aware of these unconscious processes and challenge stereotypes.

Crafting Qualitative Research

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ISBN: 9781317473695
Release Date: 2015-02-24
Number of pages: 352
Author: Pushkala Prasad
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Crafting Qualitative Research in PDF and EPUB Courses in management research have traditionally focused on quantitative techniques, and no available text adequately covers the many different perspectives within the qualitative model or shows which qualitative techniques work best in different settings. "Crafting Qualitative Research" fills this need. In clear and readable prose, this comprehensive text offers a detailed guide to the rich diversity of qualitative research traditions, with examples and applications specifically designed for the field of management. Each of the book's four main sections includes a descriptive "tree" diagram that lays out the historical origins of that section's traditions. Each chapter is devoted to a specific methodology and includes historical origins and development; techniques and applications; current controversies and emerging issues; and a summary box highlighting that method's utility. With its detailed and easy-to-understand coverage, this will be the text of choice for any instructor who wants to include the qualitative approach in a research methods course, as well as a useful resource for anyone doing research in the post-positivist traditions.

Diversity at Work

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ISBN: 9781118415153
Release Date: 2013-11-25
Number of pages: 672
Author: Bernardo M. Ferdman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Diversity at Work in PDF and EPUB Diversity at Work: The Practice of Inclusion How can organizations, their leaders, and their people benefit from diversity? The answer, according to this cutting-edge book, is the practice of inclusion. Diversity at Work: The Practice of Inclusion (a volume in SIOP's Professional Practice Series) presents detailed solutions for the challenge of inclusion—how to fully connect with, engage, and empower people across all types of differences. Its editors and chapter authors—all topic experts ranging from internal and external change agents to academics—effectively translate theories and research on diversity into the applied practice of inclusion. Readers will learn about the critical issues involved in framing, designing, and implementing inclusion initiatives in organizations and supporting individuals to develop competencies for inclusion. The authors' diverse voices combine to provide an innovative and expansive model of the practice of inclusion and to address its key aspects at the individual, group, and organizational levels. The book, designed to be a hands-on resource, provides case studies and illustrations to show how diversity and inclusion operate in a variety of settings, effectively highlighting the practices needed to benefit from diversity. This comprehensive handbook: Explains how to conceptualize, operationalize, and implement inclusion in organizations. Connects inclusion to multiple dimensions of diversity (including gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, social class, religion, profession, and many others) in integrative ways, incorporating specific and relevant examples. Includes models, illustrations, and cases showing how to apply the principles and practices of inclusion. Addresses international and multicultural perspectives throughout, including many examples. Provides practitioners with key perspectives and tools for thinking about and fostering inclusion in a variety of organizational contexts. Provides HR professionals, industrial-organizational psychologists, D&I practitioners, and those in related fields—as well as anyone interested in enhancing the workplace—with a one-stop resource on the latest knowledge regarding diversity and the practice of inclusion in organizations. This vital resource offers a clear understanding of and a way to navigate the challenges of creating and sustaining inclusion initiatives that truly work. A division of the American Psychological Association and established in 1945, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) is the premier association for professionals charged with enhancing human well-being and performance in organizational and work settings. SIOP has more than 7,000 members.

Postcolonial Theory and Organizational Analysis A Critical Engagement

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ISBN: 9781403982292
Release Date: 2003-05-01
Number of pages: 309
Author: A. Prasad
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Postcolonial Theory and Organizational Analysis A Critical Engagement in PDF and EPUB This book takes up a question that has rarely been raised in the field of management: 'Could modern Western colonialism have important implications for the practices and theories that inform management and organizations?' Employing the frameworks of postcolonial theory, an international group of scholars addresse this question, and offer remarkable insights about the implications of the colonial encounter for management. Wide-ranging in scope, the book covers major topics like cross-cultural management, control and resistance, corporate culture, the discourse of exoticization in museums and tourism, and stakeholder issues, and sheds new light on the troubling legacy of colonialism. Scholars and practitioners searching for a new idiom of management will find this book's critique of contemporary management invaluable.

The language of organization

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105025254173
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 370
Author: Robert Ian Westwood
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd

Download and read online The language of organization in PDF and EPUB The importance of communication for organizations has been an ongoing concern since management was first theorized. Yet language has tended to be viewed as simply a medium of communication - without language per se being theoretically problematized. This book enables a more critical exploration of the major theoretical positions on language and organization, explaining why language warrants a more central and considered place in organization studies. Language and Organization explains how various perspectives on the relationship between language and organization can be represented and explored. Concerned with issues such as power, knowledge and organizational discourse, this book will provide essential new links for a prope

Handbook of Workplace Diversity

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ISBN: 0761944222
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 551
Author: Alison M Konrad
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Handbook of Workplace Diversity in PDF and EPUB Showcases the scope of international perspectives that exist on workplace diversity and defines this field. This book is a useful resource for students and academics of human resource management, organisational behaviour, organisational psychology and organisation studies.

The Academy of Management Review

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ISBN: UCSD:31822022947634
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Author: Academy of Management

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Management and Labour Studies

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924091501209
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages:

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Global management

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ISBN: 0761958142
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 308
Author: Eduardo Ibarra Colado
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd

Download and read online Global management in PDF and EPUB This book re-examines management theory `after Globalization'. Combining key names and studies from across the world, it explores the local realities that resist universal theories and that permeate the daily lives of practising managers. The book provides a comprehensive and critical reflection on the widely documented phenomenon of globalization in business. It assesses the implications of the diversity of individual economies and enterprises for general theories of management and concludes by presenting new approaches to the study and research of management and organizations.

Globalization and the Human Factor

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119942782
Release Date: 2004-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: E. Osei Kwadwo Prempeh
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Download and read online Globalization and the Human Factor in PDF and EPUB This volume examines to what extent the hitherto marginalized concept of the human factor (HF) holds the key to providing a holistic understanding and contestation of globalization. The account will help readers navigate the 'minefields' of the globalization debate.