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J. Renae Norton and Ronald E. Fox
J. Renae Norton and Ronald E. Fox Change Equation : Capitalizing on Diversity for Effective Organizational Change American Psychological Associaction, 1997. 304 pages ISBN: 1557983887

Instead of viewing diversity as a problem to be solved, Norton and Fox urge companies to embrace diversity as an opportunity - one that, properly handled, will give the knowing organization a distinct competitive advantage. A customer's review emphasizes that: "True organizational change in the area of diversity cannot be sustained without first changing the culture of the organization."

Hubbard, E. Measuring Diversity Results Global Insights Publishing, Petaluma, CA, 1997 ISBN 1-883733-17-0
Hubbard, E. Measuring Diversity Results Global Insights Publishing, Petaluma, CA, 1997 ISBN 1-883733-17-0

 

Hayles, R., Mendez Russell, A. McGraw Hil
Hayles, R., Mendez Russell, A. McGraw Hil The Diversity Directive: Why Some Initiatives Fail & What to Do About Itl Washington, DC, 1997 ISBN: 0786308192

Showing organizations how to produce the multicultural corporate environment needed to compete on a global scale, this work includes a step-by-step process for initiating cor-porate diversity efforts. Readers are provided with les--sons on diversity from companies such as Honeywell and 3M.

Hall, T. Edwards and Reed Hall, Mildred Yarmouth
Hall, T. Edwards and Reed Hall, Mildred Yarmouth Understanding Cultural Differences: Germans, French and Americans Intercultural Press, 1989. ISBN 18-7786-407-2

The authors' key to cross-cultural concepts … , not only help to put the three cultures … into a meaningful framework, but will give the international businessperson a context for analysing other cultures as well.

Hall, T. Edwards and Reed Hall, Mildred Yarmouth
Hall, T. Edwards and Reed Hall, Mildred Yarmouth Understanding Cultural Differences: Germans, French and Americans Intercultural Press, 1989. ISBN 18-7786-407-2

The authors' key to cross-cultural concepts … , not only help to put the three cultures … into a meaningful framework, but will give the international businessperson a context for analysing other cultures as well.

Fägerlind, G., Ekelöf, E.
Fägerlind, G., Ekelöf, E. Diversity in Working Life in Sweden – ideas, activities and players Working Report 6 in the series Diversity in Working Life, FAS, Vinnova, ESF-rådet, Integrationsverket, ALI Stockholm, 2001

 

Elwér, S.
Gender equality and health experinces - workplace patterns in Northern Sweden. Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Umeå University, 2013.
Eklund, M. (ed.)
Eklund, M. (ed.) Diversity Management in Europe Minerva Foundation Falun, 2001 ISBN 91-631-1055-5

Diversity Management in Europe is a case based report of best practise. The book gives a view of what diversity is from a European perspective and why diversity management is needed. The book is built on the work from the Leonardo da Vinci project "Diversity in Europe" carried out with six European partners. Twelve pilot case studies and more than 60 interviews were carried out in co-operation with companies, organisations and public sectors in the six partners’ countries. Each partner has with its unique knowledge in its own area contributed to developing a new European managing diversity tool, the "Spiral-Wheel". This new tool shows that diversity management is not a final goal, it is a way of managing and therefore a dynamic journey that never ends.

Danowitz, M. A. et al
Diversity in Organizations - Concepts and Practices

Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Daniel Kealey, Thomas Vulpe, David Protheroe and Doug Macdonald
Daniel Kealey, Thomas Vulpe, David Protheroe and Doug Macdonald A Profile of the interculturally effective person Centre for Intercultural Learning, Edmonton, Canada, 2000 ISBN 0-660-61535-5

This ground-breaking study moves beyond such vague characteristics as adaptability, tolerance, and sensitivity to a detailed description of the actual behaviours exhibited by the interculturally effective person. A Profile of the Interculturally Effective Person is a comprehensive intercultural competency profile that is long overdue and a valuable addition to the library of HR professionals, trainers, and international managers.