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Corporate Culture & Diversity Summaries

Do work atmosphere, culture and interpersonal communication affect a company’s success? They sure do. Today’s highfliers – Google is the most famous example – build their image on these factors. If your employees feel comfortable at your organization, they will engage with your firm and their work.

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Water for Swans & Landings for Eagles
Book

Maureen R. Healy

Amari Press, 2013

(7)

The Talent Mandate
Book
 

Andrew Benett

Palgrave Macmillan, 2013

(7)

Is 75 the New 65?
Report

The Economist Intelligence Unit

EIU, 2/2014

(8)

Leadership Conversations
Book
 

Alan S. Berson and Richard G. Stieglitz

Jossey-Bass, 2013

(7)

First, Break All the Rules
Book
 

Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman

Simon & Schuster, 1999

(9)

The Heart of Change
Book
 

Dan S. Cohen and John Kotter

Harvard Business Review Press, 2002

(10)

The Fifth Discipline
Book
 

Peter M. Senge

Currency, 2006

(9)

The Advantage
Book
 

Patrick Lencioni

Jossey-Bass, 2012

(6)

The XX Factor
Book
 

Alison Wolf

Profile Books, 2013

(6)

Pushback
Book
 

Selena Rezvani

Jossey-Bass, 2012

(9)

Leading Change
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John P. Kotter

Harvard Business Review Press, 1996

(9)

Change the Culture, Change the Game
Book
 

Roger Connors and Tom Smith

Portfolio, 2011

(8)

Multipliers
Book
 

Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown

HarperBusiness, 2010

(9)

Organizational Culture and Leadership
Book
 

Edgar H. Schein

Jossey-Bass, 2004

(8)

Kill the Company
Book
 

Lisa Bodell

Bibliomotion, 2012

(8)

The GE Work-Out
Book
 

Dave Ulrich et al.

McGraw-Hill, 2002

(9)

The 2020 Workplace
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Jeanne C. Meister and Karie Willyerd

HarperBusiness, 2010

(8)

Uplifting Service
Book

Ron Kaufman

Evolve Publishing, 2012

(7)

Overcoming Mobbing
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Maureen Duffy and Len Sperry

Oxford UP, 2013

(8)

The Inclusion Dividend
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Mark Kaplan and Mason Donovan

Bibliomotion, 2013

(7)

Spiral Dynamics
Book

Don Edward Beck and Christopher C. Cowan

Wiley-Blackwell, 2005

(7)

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Corporate Culture & Diversity

Cultural diversity in the workplace is no longer just a catchphrase or a passing fancy. The corporate culture and diversity book summaries in this category demonstrate that workplace diversity is a mandate for organizations that wish to remain relevant in the 21st century. The traditional corporate environment is being rapidly transformed as employees seek greater job satisfaction and the freedom to create and innovate. By offering the most current information on the benefits of diversity and how to manage it, getAbstract ensures that your company takes giant strides in the right direction.

getAbstract will show you why cultural diversity extends far beyond the number of minorities your organization employs. Diversity also means promoting a singular vision and embracing a system of values and ethics that your employees can identify with. Managing diversity requires employers to carefully hire candidates who share similar ideals and objectives. You’ll see why employees united by loyalty are happier, more productive and less likely to pursue other employment opportunities.

Diversity Expands

With technology and corporate expansion facilitating greater access to the global workforce, diversity hiring is becoming routine for many organizations. getAbstract’s summaries reflect the commitment of companies to bring aboard individuals from diverse backgrounds. And the initiative goes beyond race, color, religion and sex. getAbstract will explain why many corporations are seeking a generational balance in which Baby Boomers, Gen-X and Gen-Y’ers are all fairly represented. Moving forward, corporate culture and diversity will undoubtedly continue to be a primary consideration for almost every organization. You can rely on getAbstract to keep you in the know.