4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- multirater feedback from peers, suppliers, other levels of management, and internal and external customers.
- 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.
- Better market access, improved international competition, better team performance, and multiplicity of points of view
- 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.
4 True/False questions
How can you link diversity to strategies and objectives? → Diversity should be a key component of the corporate mission statement, and included in corporate hand books.
What can diversity provide? → 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
What are some developmental activities? → pressures toward homogenization, lower cohesiveness, confusing diversity with affirmative action, interpersonal conflict and tension.
What are some issues with diversity? → human beings are ethnocentric, the human species resists change, human beings find comfort and trust in likeness