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Managing Diversity

The most common social problems in the workplace is discrimination.

Although there are corporate policies and procedures in place to alleviate, deter, or reduce the likelihood of discriminatory practices, discrimination acts continue to be a problem in the workforce. Current news supports this claim, for example the recent outrage from the Clippers owner Sterling, or Paula Dean's blatant disreg

Defining Diversity: What Does It Bring to Organizations?

Define diversity. Consider what diversity brings to the organization where you work. Be specific and share what value diversity adds to the workaday experience. Can diversity increase the market potential of the firm? If so, how? Can diversity decrease market potential of the firm? If so, how? Add to your discussion

Negotiating Tactics Across Cultures: Compare USA to Japan

Need some help selecting two countries to research, need to document each country's cultural and ethnic composition as well as the population's ethnic makeup, include percentages (for example: Malaysia Ethnic groups: Malaysian 50.2%, Chinese 24.5%, Indigenous 11.0%, Indian 7.2%, Non-Malaysian citizens 5.9 %, Others 1.2%). One

Stratification & Diversity demographics

1. In what way does stratification occur within organizational culture? How are these occurrences created and/or supported within the organizations? 2. How do diversity demographics, such as race and class, contribute to the dynamic of gentrification?

Value Alignment

I need help with a question in 250-words or more write answer in which you analyze the individual values and the organization's values as reflected by the organization's plans and actions. As it relates to NIKE, nikebiz.com website for all you need to know about the company. Values, mission, vision, etc. Include the followin

Critical Thinking, Cultural Differences Simple

Locate a free video clip (such as those found on youtube- see examples below) that has speakers or panelists from more than one country who are discussing a topic. Identify at least four elements of influence and/or negotiation used that highlight cultural differences. One of your speakers may be an American but the other(s) mus

Wal-Mart Cultural Conflicts In Their International Companies

For my study guide on Wal-Mart: Please answer the following in a two or three page paper: -Identify cultural conflicts or issues in Wal-Mart and how they deal with them. -Identify and discuss the sources of conflict related to the culture of the international countries where Wal-Mart does business -Discuss why these

Workplace Diversity and Team Dynamics

Please help me word paper explaining the difference between a group and a team. Include an examination of the importance of workplace diversity in an organization and how it relates to team dynamics in the workplace.

Diversity in group and teams and Tiffany & Co.

Explain the differences between a group and a team. Examine the importance of workplace diversity in your organization, and how it positively and negatively impacts team dynamics in your workplace. My work place is Tiffany & Co.

Diversity & legislations

Organizations will face legislations that will compel them to have a diverse work force.(I take the example from my country as the legislation requires companies to have at least 30% local workers) ?To deal with this, the organizations should plan their periodic recruitment to match the needs of the legislation. For instance,

Affirmative Action

In the United States, affirmative action refers to policies that take gender, race, or ethnicity into account in an attempt to promote equal opportunity and increase ethnic diversity in workplaces and schools. The focus of such policies ranges from employment and public contracting goals, to educational outreach and health progr

The most common cross cultural conflicts in organizations are discussed.

The most common causes of cross-cultural conflict in organizations are perception of the problem, the other party and ones-self. Another common culturally related issue is the competition for resources such as budget, human resources or talent and the attention of the administrative decision makers. These concepts are explored a

Cultural knowledge effects

How does the lack of cultural understanding impact the coverage of a media issue? How are PR and international politics intertwined? How does PR influence the economy in various countries?

Consumer solving process: Examples of buying experiences

See attached files. I need an example to finish this one. Consumers use one of three problem-solving processes when purchasing goods or services; routinized response behavior, limited problem solving, or extend problem solving. Describe three buying experiences you have had in the last year (one for each type of problem s

Presentation Tools- Identify various presentation aids used in group presentations. Identify advantages and disadvantages of these aids when used in group presentations. Describe the appropriate audience for each aid and identify how each must be used.

Chapter 13 & Chapter 14 discuss how to identify advantages and disadvantages of using presentation aids in group presentations. I am totally lost when it comes to doing PowerPoint presentations as I have to complete 8 to 10 PowerPoint slides with Speaker's notes and include key bullet points and clip art, providing a summary of

Evaluation of Consumer Behavior

I need help with a 1,050-1,400-word summary in which you address the following: Discuss how the following consumer behavior concepts are applied by answering the following questions: 1) What additional external factors or macro factors should be considered in your analysis. 2) What additional social and cultural factors

Characteristics of diversity training with at least three different approaches.

Discuss what characteristics make diversity training most effective along with at least three different approaches to diversity training. Include examples and your personal experience with diversity training programs. Do you feel they were effective or ineffective? Why? What would you change about them to improve their effective

Cultural Diversity Case Study

Case Study: Esmeralda Trujillo, 35, has lived in your community for six months with her four children, ages 4, 6, 10, and 15. The family is living with relatives in a small house on the outskirts of the city, and they cannot stay there much longer. In Guatemala, Esmeralda lived with her husband, had a garden that virtually fed

Cross Cultural Management - The American

The subject is Cross-Cultural Management 1. The United States of America has traditionally been considered as the "Melting pot". More recently, the phrase "salad bowl" was coined to replace this traditional 'melting pot' view. What does this all mean? How is the workplace affected by these changes? Information should be pr

Internet as a mechanism to cross cultural barriers

I think that advancements in technology provide us with more input to make a educated, well thought-out decision on a particular topic based on the information presented through various media outlets. The one issue that technology does not solve is the innate sensitivities of individuals who have grown up with certain predisposi

Socio-cultural forces in India

I need help with the following screening: socio-cultural forces in India. conduct a business risk analysis as it relates to the paper below. Analyze risks according to the specific method explained In 1050-words please read the paper below and answer a-f as well as the following questions as it relates to the paper. a) Demog