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Wise, L., et al.
Wise, L., et al. Diversity Research: A Meta-analysis School of Public & Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1997

 

Wilson, T Diversity at Work: The business case for diversity Toronto, John Wiley and Sons, 1996.
Wilson, T Diversity at Work: The business case for diversity Toronto, John Wiley and Sons, 1996.

 

Umans, T.
Research angels on cultural diversity in top management

in "Problems and perspectives in Management". Vol 7, issue 1, 2009.

Trompenaars, F., Hampden-Turner, C.,
Trompenaars, F., Hampden-Turner, C., Riding the Waves of culture - Understanding Cultural Diversity in Business. Nicholas Brealey Publishing Ltd. 1998.

 

Thomas, R., R.,
Thomas, R., R., Building on the promise of Diversity. AMACOM, New York, 2006.

 

Thomas, R. R., Giraffe and Elephant: A Diversity Fable, AMACOM, New York, 1999
Thomas, R. R., Giraffe and Elephant: A Diversity Fable, AMACOM, New York, 1999

The Giraffe and Elephant Fable has been captured in a beautifully illustrated book, designed to provoke thought, stimulate dialog and explore diversity concepts. The Fable is about a Giraffe who has created an awarding winning home designed especially for his needs. He invites a highly qualified Elephant to work with him in his woodworking business at his Giraffe home. The Elephant immediately encounters difficulty maneuvering in the home. The Giraffe proposes that the Elephant change to function better in the house. Both the Giraffe and the Elephant realize that they must face some challenging diversity issues.

Thomas, R. R.,
Thomas, R. R., Redefining Diversity. AMACOM, New York, 1996.

 

Thomas, R.
Thomas, R. Beyond Race and Gender: Unleashing the Power of Your Total Work Force by Managing DiversityAmacom, New York, NY, 1991 ISBN: 0814478077

The ability to manage diver-sity successfully has become a basic strategy for corporate survival. "Beyond Race and Gender" supplies an action plan, extensive case studies and a series of tough ques-tions and answers to get read-ers thinking deeply about what elements are blocking the full use of their employees.

Thomas, H; Schalkwk, J; Woroniuk, B,
Thomas, H; Schalkwk, J; Woroniuk, B, A gender perspective in the water recourses managment sector: Handbok för mainstreaming, SIDA, 1997

 

Thomas Vulpe, Daniel Kealey, David Protheroe and Doug Macdonald
Thomas Vulpe, Daniel Kealey, David Protheroe and Doug Macdonald A Profile of the interculturally effective person Centre for Intercultural Learning, Edmonton, Canada, 2000 ISBN 0-660-61535-5

This ground-breaking study moves beyond such vague characteristics as adaptability, tolerance, and sensitivity to a detailed description of the actual behaviours exhibited by the interculturally effective person. A Profile of the Interculturally Effective Person is a comprehensive intercultural competency profile that is long overdue and a valuable addition to the library of HR professionals, trainers, and international managers.