Diversity in Africa The Coming of Age of a Continent
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Diversity in Africa: The Coming of Age of a Continentprovokes reflection on diversity through a collection of essays and papers whose authors themselves are diverse in experience and nationalities - representing all continents except Antarctica. The voices of the authors share their realities of diversity by offering unique perspectives into diversity on an individual level, as well as the experiential challenges of implementing diversity programmes at the country, public sector, company and civil society levels. Many authors' realities of diversity were selected to expand the definition of diversity, beyond the compliance parameters of gender, ethnicity and physical ability.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 11/24/2006
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Tables|
|List of Figures|
|List of Contributors|
|Introduction: The Multi-faceted Continent|
|Rethinking Leadership and Wealth Creation in Africa|
|Cave Canem! The Art (or Science?) of Western Management in an African Context|
|Understanding Culture-based Diversity Through the Development of a Skills-based Model of Leadership|
|Managing Cultural Diversity: A South African Perspective|
|The Lions Mark Their Territory: The African Thought System|
|Contributions of Women to the Process of Development and Unity In Africa|
|Social Identity Changes: Challenges Facing Leadership|
|The Hunter's Spirit in Leadership: An African Wounded Soul Theory Perspective|
|South African Market Labour Market Trends: An Analysis of 1995 and 1999 Labour Statistics|
|Setting the Transformation Example Through People Potential Best Practice: Kumba Resources|
|Access to What? Gender and Higher Education in Africa|
|Diversity Challenges in Community Research and Action|
|The Road to Wellness: Human-scale Developments for Boosting "Community Immunity" to HIV/AIDS|
|Conclusion: A Diverse Africa|