4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- Fals stereotypes because it incorrectly assumes that group averages apply to all individuals in the group.
- diversity training, senior mentoring, diversity learning labs, apprenticeships
- human beings are ethnocentric, the human species resists change, human beings find comfort and trust in likeness
- A powerful competitive edge, the ability to foster creativity, improve problem solving, provide greater flexibility, and make the firm more attractive to a broad labor market
4 True/False Questions
What are some challenges of diversity? → pressures toward homogenization, lower cohesiveness, confusing diversity with affirmative action, interpersonal conflict and tension.
How can you link diversity to strategies and objectives? → Top management commitment, linking diversity initiatives to business strategies and objectives, management responsibility and accountability, diversity audits, developmental activities, encouraging diversity networks, accommodating family needs.
What does encouraging diversity networks do? → can help reveal possible sources of bias, indicators or factors used in the audit can also be used to measure whether corrective actions have the desired effects.
How can business' accommodate family needs? → Day-car, flexible work schedules, compressed work weeks, job sharing, telecommuting