Editor and compiler Gloria Moss, a leader in the diversity field, chose this collection of highly readable, scholarly articles on the theme of diversity. Her choices showcase few of the precooked lists and callouts that mark most business books. If you’re prepared to stretch your reading muscles, few topics deserve more careful attention than diversity. The articles have a European slant, but points that are widely applicable emerge, among them: Companies that don’t foster an open, diverse work environment fail to generate the best ideas or earn as much money as they could. Thus what’s good for humankind is also good for business. When firms try to make everyone conform to the dominant culture, they lose competitive advantages. getAbstract recommends this book to human resources professionals who are bringing diversity into their firms and to executives looking to model mind-sets that enable diversity to flourish.
In this summary, you will learn
- How diversity can nourish your business,
- How organizational norms can quash diversity and
- How to create a corporate culture amenable to a diversity that goes beyond superficial notions of equality.
About the Author
Gloria Moss has worked in HR and has written more than 30 peer-reviewed articles. She is a senior lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University, UK.
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