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You are making a presentation to a CEO who is interested in understanding the business impact of diversity.
Use our readings for this week (listed below), as well as one other scholarly article you find on your own, to create 6-8 slides, not counting at least one slide of references in APA format, articulating a compelling case for diversity and inclusion that is also empirically defensible.
The presentation can be in PowerPoint or some other presentation medium that can be attached in doc sharing. This presentation must include at least 100 words of speaker’s notes.
Canas, K., & Sondak, H. (2014). Opportunities and challenges of workplace diversity (3rd ed.). Prentice Hall.
Davidson, M. (2011). The end of diversity as we know it: Why diversity efforts fail and how leveraging diversity can succeed. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Babcock, P. (2009). Diversity accountability requires more than numbers. SHRM. Retrieved from http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/diversity/articles/pages/morethannumbers.aspx
Clayton, C.B. (2010). A new way to build the business case for diversity based on the numbers: The diversity profit equation (d/PE(TM)). Diversity Factor (on-line), 18(3), 1-10.
Curtis, E.F. & Dreachslin, J.L. (2008). Integrative literature review: Diversity management interventions and organizational performance: A synthesis of current literature. Human Resource Development Review, 7 (1), 107-134.
Herring, C. (2009). Does diversity pay? Race, gender and the business case for diversity. American Sociological Review, 74, 208-224.
Kossek, E.E., Lobel, S.A. & Brown, J. (2006). Human resource strategies to manage workforce diversity: Examining the business case. In A.M. Konrad, P. Prasad, & J.K. Pringle (Eds.), Handbook of workplace diversity (pp. 53-74). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. Retrieved from polisci.msu.edu/kossek/diversity.pdf
Kalman, F. (2012). The numbers behind diversity. Diversity Executive (on-line). Retrieved from http://diversity-executive.com/articles/view/the-numbers-behind-diversity/1
Lockwood, N. (2010). Measuring ROI for diversity management: Case histories from a report from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Diversity Factor (on-line), 18(3), 1-6.
National Public Radio, Morning Edition. (2007, Jan 15). Studies: Diversity spurs workplace creativity. Retrieved from http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6858215
Pitts, D. (2009). Diversity management, job satisfaction, and performance: Evidence from U.S. federal agencies. Public Administration Review, 69, 328-338.
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