Inclusion: Diversity Management 2.0 -- Hard times, less compassion? Distinct perspectives towards distinct minorities in the Portuguese organizational context -- Cultural complexity in large organisations -- Employee and human resource managers perceptions about family-friendly work practices: A case study focused on perceived organizational support -- Workforce Diversity in Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises: Is Social Identification Stronger than the Business Case Argument? -- Gender and entrepreneurship in Angola: Narratives of the ‘Muambeiras’ of Lubango -- Expatriate Women: a dream waiting to come true -- .
This book provides a comprehensive overview of organizational diversity management, intended to help readers implement effective strategies and maximize the value of organizational diversity. Written by experts from a range of disciplines, it presents cutting-edge research and best practices in this field. Further, it addresses the challenges that organizations face in order to successfully manage organizational diversity and presents the application of theoretical concepts. Individual chapters explore topics including workforce diversity, knowledge management, innovation and change, and decision-making. Providing an invaluable resource for students and researchers in the fields of human resource management, industrial engineering and international business, the book will also benefit human resource managers, engineers and economists..