This book offers a rigorous and methodological toolkit for assessing diversity management techniques and strategies. Ozbilgin and Tatli have created a benchmark text for the study of equality.This book offers a set of conceptual frameworks for analyzing diversity management, providing students with a rigorous and methodological toolkit for assessing diversity management techniques and strategies. The multi-layered approach helps students to contextualize the issues and understand the complete picture of diversity management, not just a single aspect. The funnelling structure, covering macro to micro aspects helps students to appreciate diversity management issues at different levels of analysis. The book encourages a critical approach to the analysis of diversity management through the examination of a wide range of comparative diversity management techniques.The pedagogical approach will support the student in achieving the stated learning outcomes with a combination of learning activities, such as a 'Desk Research' feature (whereby students will practice methodological approaches to analyzing comparative techniques, journal articles etc), web based exercises, case studies, in-group discussion exercises, comparative examples and a glossary.
It is only through understanding diversity that businesses can achieve equality and cohesion in the workplace. Ozbilgin and Tatli's "Global Diversity Management" focuses on extensive original research through a critical approach and arrives at a comprehensive real-world perspective of diversity in competitive organizations.
Buy Global Diversity Management book by Mustafa Ozbilgin from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(234mm x 157mm x 27mm)
Publisher: Palgrave USA
Country of Publication:
Author Biography - Mustafa Ozbilgin
Dr. MUSTAFA OZBILGIN is Professor of Human Resource Management at the Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia (UEA), UK. He has previously held visiting posts at Cornell University, Japan Institute of Labor Policy and Training and CEPS-INSTEAD-Luxembourg. DR. AHU TATLI is a Lecturer in International Human Resource Management at the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary, University London, UK.