Managing Diversity and Inclusion: An International Perspective
April 2015 – 376 pages – SAGE Publications Ltd
Edited by: Jawad Syed and Mustafa Ozbilgin
Foreword by: Stella Nkomo
This hotly anticipated new text has been written by an international team of experts and offers an in-depth and contextual account of enduring, contemporary and cutting edge theories and approaches to diversity and inclusion management.
The book uniquely situates UK and European policies and practices of various dimensions of diversity firmly within the global context through an international and cross-cultural range of case studies and considers how national contexts have shaped the field.
- International and cross-cultural case studies, examples and comparisons from a range of countries including the emerging economies
- Case study approach illuminates complex theories by showing how they are applied in practice
- Criticality is central to the book with each chapter including critical analysis, critical questions and boxed critical insights and reflections
- Companion website with free full text journal articles
The book edited by our colleagues, Jawad Syed and Mustafa Ozbilgin, is quite refreshing and gives some important critical reflections on the issue of diversity in our contemporary organizations and societies. It deserves to be Continue reading