Handbook of Diversity Management: Beyond Awareness to Competency Based Learning
- Publish Date: 2002-12-24
- Binding: Paperback
Handbook of Diversity Management brings together a group of diversity practitioners and scholars to address a variety of topics that comprise the growing field of diversity management. The categories of topics include theoretical foundations, skill-based learning and professional issues. With a foreword by Taylor Cox, noted chapter contributors include R. Roosevelt Thomas, Marilyn Loden, Edward Hubbard, Judith Katz, Frederick Miller and other seasoned professionals in the diversity management field. The subject matter treated in the book goes beyond providing a comprehensive presentation of the field of diversity management by including practical application. Because it is practitioner focused, the Handbook of Diversity Management serves as a support tool for professionals who are faced with the challenge of managing diverse populations. Case studies and examples enhance each topic and the reader's learning. Thus, the book is an essential resource for human resource professionals, community leaders, researchers and scholars who need to know how to successfully navigate an increasingly diverse American workforce.