Differences That Work captures the critical themes and ongoing debates on the topic of workplace diversity-racial differences, women, AIDS, aging, family, disability-providing a clear-eyed approach to complex dilemmas. Thirteen articles and three case studies from the Harvard Business Review confront today's issues, documenting 20 years of organizations' and managers' changing experience of difference. This collection features such eminent practitioners and thinkers on diversity as Felice Schwartz, Edward W. Jones, Jr., and Charles and Fran Sussner Rodgers.
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