Diversity Management Pantheons

Diversity Management Pantheons

by Carlton L. Robinson


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ISBN-13: 9781596821415
Publisher: Fultus Corporation
Publication date: 06/09/2009
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Carlton Lamar Robinson is a partner of Human Capital Management who believes that diversity matters because it is how others perceive us, who they think we are, that has a great deal to do with how they orient us and what they teach others about us. If ones perception is misguided relative to diversity in the workplace they have both compromised and conquered the individual truths that represent the potential benefits of diversity itself. Dr. Robinson has dedicated eight years of research and experience to this document in an effort to expose some of the truths about diversity management.

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DM-Pantheons More than 1 year ago
Greetings readers. This item is intended to socially change diversity management in the workplace. I want to end diversity management in its current form. Within this document there are perspectives rarely communicated. The title is significant. Pantheons are described as temples/buildings dedicated to the dead. They may be beautiful in sight but they are hollow, nothing is in them. This book demonstrates the same plight for Diversity Management. A regime of truths uncovers the many perspectives and truths experienced through Diversity Management. In 100 pages you will become a diversity expert with this reading. Does this book elevate your knowledge relative to diversity? You be the judge. Human resource practitioners will gain an edge with this knowledge as they look to reshape workforces. Women and minorities will find confirmation in their experiences. You will view a never before seen chart that organizations use to track salary based on race and gender (this is from a Diversity Best Practice company). The findings are inexplicable I promise. There is something for every reader in this document. You will have a new appreciation for meritocracy in the workplace. In addition, you will gain an understanding of why the election of President Barack Obama is not a celebration of diversity. This book is an exciting and welcomed spark to advance diversity in the workplace.