Synopses & Reviews
A core text for modules in diversity management that examines concepts, research and practices from Europe and the wider world, in particular to United States, to provide approaches to diversity and inclusivity which recognize the importance of organizational and individual considerations in historical, political, social and cultural contexts.
About the Author
MARY ANN DANOWITZ is a professor of Higher Education and Head of the Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education at North Carolina State University in the United States. Previously she was a Lise Meitner Austrian Science Fund Senior Research Fellow with the Department of Management at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU).
EDELTRAUD HANAPPI-EGGER is a professor for Gender and Diversity in Organizations and Head of the Gender and Diversity Management Group at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.
HEIKE MENSI-KLARBACH is an assistant professor with the Gender and Diversity Management Group at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: FRAMING DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS
Theoretical Perspectives on Diversity in Organizations
The European Diversity Context
PART TWO: INDIVIDUAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL DIVERSITY PROCESSES
Doing Gender/Doing Difference
Cross-cultural Gender and Diversity Contexts
PART THREE: ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES
Organizational Strategies and Policies
Diversity Management: The Business and Moral Cases
Work Life Equilibrium
PART FOUR: FROM DIVERSE TO INCLUSIVE ORGANIZATIONS
Lessons from Good Practice and the Future of Diversity and Inclusivity