Structure of Organization, Diversity and Values in the Context of Globalization
In order to prepare to meet future challenges, all organizations must be proactive nowadays. They must recognize the trends that are shaping the work force of tomorrow. As organizational operations become less effective and as organizations position themselves for an improved competitive advantage, they need to explore new organizational structures to respond to challenges of the business world. Many external changes have had a substantial impact on the organizational structures. Diversity often requires restructuring organizational cultures to include more opportunities for everyone. The competitive advantages, then, are balanced by the management challenges of diversity. Diversity is concerned with the creation of an inclusive environment in which all organizational members contribute with their unique talents. This environment requires a genuine acceptance of the people just as they are and without trying to fit them into a mold of how they should be. The basic foundation to managing diversity is respecting the differences among all people.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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