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Managing Diversity
Toward a Globally Inclusive Workplace

Fifth Edition


February 2022 | 512 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The award-winning Managing Diversity: Toward a Globally Inclusive Workplace uses an interdisciplinary approach to provide students with an understanding of diversity from a global perspective. Author Michalle E. Mor Barak offers practical guidelines to help managers create an inclusive workplace and develop an organizational culture that embraces diversity. The Fifth Edition includes expanded coverage of environmental justice, disability diversity, LGBTQ+ diversity, and inclusive leadership.

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Chapter 1: Introduction and Conceptual Framework
 
PART 1: THE GLOBAL CONTEXT FOR DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT
 
Chapter 2: Diversity Legislation in a Global Perspective: Equality and Fairness in Employment
 
Chapter 3: Discrimination, Equality and Fairness in Employment: Social Policies and Affirmative/Positive Action Programs
 
Chapter 4: Global Demographic Trends: Impact on Workforce Diversity
 
Chapter 5: Socioeconomic Transitions: The New Realities of the Global Workforce
 
PART II: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES OF WORKPLACE DIVERSITY.
 
Chapter 6: Defining Diversity in a Global Context: Prejudice and Discrimination
 
Chapter 7: Vive La Difference? Theoretical Perspectives on Diversity and Exclusion in the Workplace
 
Chapter 8: Culture and Communication in the Global Workplace
 
Chapter 9: Interpersonal Relationships in the Global Work Context
 
PART III: MANAGING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT: THE INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE.
 
Chapter 10: Diversity Management: Paradigms, Rationale, and Key Elements
 
Chapter 11: Inclusive Leadership: Unlocking the Diversity Potential
 
Chapter 12: Overview of the Inclusive Workplace Model
 
Chapter 13: The Inclusive Workplace Model
 
Chapter 14: The Inclusive Workplace Model
 
Chapter 15: Toward a Globally Inclusive Workplace
Appendix 1: Case Illustration: Level I—Inclusion Through Diversity Within Work Organizations—Denny’s, Inc.

 
Appendix 2: Case Illustration: Level II—Inclusion Through Corporate-Community Collaboration—Unilever

 
Appendix 3: Case Illustration: Level III—Inclusion of Disadvantaged Groups at the National/State Level—Eurest

 
Appendix 4: Case Illustration: Level IV—Inclusion Through Global Collaborations—Fair Trade Company

 
Appendix 5: Case Illustration: Level V—Inclusion Through Sustainability and Environmental Justice—Uranium Mines Deadly Legacy at the Navajo Nation

 

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"An excellent text focusing on the concept of diversity from a global perspective.  It provides models that businesses, as well as governments, can use to increase inclusiveness not inside an organization, but for the stakeholders as well."

Dan Krejci
Jacksonville State University

updated version. Will use in 2023

Professor Mike Valentine
Leadership & Human Capital Management, New York University
January 1, 2023
Key features

NEW TO THIS EDITION:

  • New fifth level of The Inclusive Workplace Model addresses inclusion through environmental sustainability and justice.
  • A streamlined table of contents provides 15 chapters and 5 appendices, focusing on the key concepts of managing a diverse workforce.
  • New case examples highlight contemporary topics such as the Black Lives Matter movement, the #MeToo movement and the role of immigrant healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Updated statistics and research throughout keep the text current and relevant. 
KEY FEATURES:
  • The text demonstrates the benefits of implementing inclusive practices, complete with vignettes and case studies from around the world illustrating practical solutions.
  • Exploration of the new realities of the workforce include demographic, legislation, and social policy trends around the world.
  • Analysis of the causes and consequences of workforce exclusion highlight the groups commonly excluded in various countries.
  • Presentation of a comprehensive model for an inclusive workplace—with a fully utilized workforce that is active in communities and collaborates cross-culturally—includes examples and case studies demonstrating the implementation of the model.

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