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Number:MG325
Name:Diversity Management
Description:Examines the challenges of managing an increasingly diverse workforce. Emphasizes the various dimensions of diversity, cultural aspects that need understanding, and the special skills necessary for managers to work effectively with others different than themselves. Topics include working with persons with various disabilities, racial and gender considerations, and legal implications in an increasingly diverse workplace.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): MG239

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should: Understand the complexity and variety of diversity in the workplace. Be able to anticipate and identify diversity-related issues. Obtain a pro-active perspective and be able to assist in directing an organization toward capitalizing on its diversity. Utilize the case study method for problem-solving non-routine diversity issues.

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher Instructor New Used Rental eBook
S 2017 DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS 9781111221300 BELL 2ND 12 CENGAGE L Cragen $0 $90 $0
S 2015 No Text Required Cragen $0 $0 $0
S 2014 (none) Cragen $0 $0 $0
V 2014 No Text Required Cragen $0 $0 $0
S 2013 No Text Required For This Course ZZDIRECT NONE MBS Cragen $0 $0 $0
S 2012 DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATION 0-324-30257-6 BELL CENGAGE LEA Cragen $0 $0
S 2011 Diversity in organizations 978-0-324-30257-8 Bell, M. South Western Cragen $0 $0
S 2011 DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATION 0-324-30257-6 BELL CENGAGE LEA Cragen $102 $77