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This book unites the latest research in diversity, inclusion, and positive organizational scholarship (POS), to investigate diversity and inclusion dynamics in social systems. Comprised of succinct chapters from thought leaders in the field, this book covers both micro- and macro-levels of analysis, covering topics such as authenticity, mentorship, intersectional identity work, positive deviance, resilience, resource cultivation and utilization, boundary-spanning leadership, strengths-based development, positive workplace interventions to promote well-being, inclusive strategic planning, and the role of diversity in innovation. "The multiple disciplines associated with positive phenomena-including positive organizational scholarship-have been criticized as being narrow, culturally biased, and ignorant of issues related to diversity. This book is the best and most comprehensive treatment of these issues. It is sure to be the single most important compilation of knowledge and useful practice regarding issues of inclusion, diversity, prejudice, resilience, and equity by applying a positive lens." - Kim Cameron, University of Michigan, USA "This outstanding volume builds a much-needed bridge between diversity, inclusion and positive organizational scholarship. Historically, diversity has been equated with negative processes, such as discrimination, prejudice and marginalization. Applying a positive perspective, Roberts, Wooten, and Davidson truly break new ground in offering a compelling and personal volume that uncovers the rich positive possibilities of diversity for learning, growth and development. Drawing on the leading scholars in the field, this volume provides a unique compilation of thought-provoking and accessible essays that will illuminate and enliven the field of diversity and inclusion. This extraordinary volume unleashes the power of positive and is a must-have book for diversity scholars and practitioners." - Belle Rose Ragins, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USAIntroduction by Martin N. Davidson, Lynn Perry Wooten, Laura Morgan Roberts and Kelle Parsons SECTION I: MULTIPLE IDENTITIES & RESOURCES Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten and Martin N. Davidson Chapter 1: Positive Psychology's Contributions and Prospects for Engaging Differences at Work Natasha N. Wilder, Meghana A. Rao, and Stewart I. Donaldson Chapter 2: Resourcefulness in Action: The Case of Global Diversity Management Stephanie J. Creary Chapter 3: Sources of Strength: Mobilizing Minority Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Identities as Resources Laura Morgan Roberts and Sandra Cha Chapter 4: How Identities and Discrimination Catalyze Global Entrepreneurship Lakshmi Ramarajan and Emily LeRoux-Rutledge Chapter 5: Intersectional Identity Salience and Positive Identity Construction Doyin Atewologun SECTION II: AUTHENTICITY Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Martin N. Davidson, Laura Morgan Roberts and Lynn Perry Wooten Chapter 6: Authenticity on One's Own Terms Patricia Faison Hewlin Chapter 7: Authenticity and Organizational Norms: A Positive Organizational Scholarship Lens Tina Opie Chapter 8: If I'm Comfortable Does That Mean I'm Included? And If I'm Included, Will I Now Be Comfortable? Bernardo M. Ferdman Chapter 9: Authentic Affirmation? Considering the Cultural Relevance of Strength-Based Practices in Global Organizations Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten, Martin N. Davidson and Amy Lemley SECTION III: RESILIENCE Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Laura Morgan Roberts, Martin N. Davidson and Lynn Perry Wooten Chapter 10: Resilience and Failure Katherine Giscombe Chapter 11: Racial Socialization and Resilience of Minority Group Members Demetria Henderson and Myrtle Bell Chapter 12: Social Resilience: Building Persistence in Interracial Relationships Tanya Menon and Arjun Chakravarti SECTION IV: RELATING ACROSS DIFFERENCES Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Martin N. Davidson, Laura Morgan Roberts and Lynn Perry Wooten Chapter 13: Leading Beyond "We": The Nature and Consequences of a Boundary Spanning Mindset Donna Chrobot-Mason, Jeffrey Yip and Alan James Yu Chapter 14: Mentoring as a Connecting Competency Builder: Examining POS as a Catalyst for Mentoring Across Dimensions of Diversity Stacy Blake-Beard, Audrey Murrell, Vineetha Krothapalli, Jessica Halem and Michelle Kweder Chapter 15: Fostering High-quality Relationships Across Difference: Exploring a Care-Based Approach to Life Story-Telling and Life Story-Receiving Sheldene Simola Chapter 16: Discursive Spaces that Foster Transformative Learning in the Engaging of Differences: Implications for Global Society Ilene C. Wasserman Chapter 17: Leveraging Difference in a "Have Your Say" World Heather Wishik Chapter 18: The Two Faces of Ubuntu: An Inclusive Positive or Exclusive Parochial Leadership Perspective? Lize A.E. Booysen SECTION V: INCLUSIVE & EQUITABLE SYSTEMS Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Lynn Perry Wooten, Martin N. Davidson and Laura Morgan Roberts Chapter 19: Diversity Management as a Generative Strategic Process: When the Business Case Meets Positive Organizational Scholarship Lynn Perry Wooten, Kelle Parsons, Robby Griswold and Skot Welch Chapter 20: From Exclusion to Inclusion: Inclusion and Empowerment in a South African Organization Hugo Canham Chapter 21: Assessing Organizational Culture and Engaging Faculty Diversity in Higher Education Lamont A. Flowers, James L. Moore III, Lawrence O. Flowers and Tiffany A. Flowers Chapter 22: Learning Together: A Positive Approach to Diversity and Inclusion Education Vicki J. Rosenberg Chapter 23: Organizational Support and Empowerment of Diversity in Work-Life Identities Ellen Ernst Kossek SECTION VI: INNOVATIVE THINKING Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Lynn Perry Wooten, Martin N. Davidson and Laura Morgan Roberts Chapter 24: Constructive Conflict: The Essential Role of Diversity in Organizational Innovation Jeff DeGraff and Chris Mueller Chapter 25: The Benefits of Diversity for Innovation in Academic Research Aurora Kamimura and Julie R. Posselt Chapter 26: Promoting the Positive Effects of Team Diversity through SOAR: An Inclusive Approach for Strategic Thinking, Planning, and Leading Jacqueline M. Stavros and Matthew L. Cole Chapter 27: Life on the Edge: How Weird People Thrive in Organizations (and What They Can Teach Us about Diversity and Inclusion) Martin N. Davidson Conclusion: Building a Bridge to Positive Organizing Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten and Martin N. Davidson Biographies of contributors Index


Szczegóły: Positive Organizing in a Global Society

Tytuł: Positive Organizing in a Global Society
Producent: Routledge
ISBN: 9781848725751
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 256
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.5 kg


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Positive Organizing in a Global Society

This book unites the latest research in diversity, inclusion, and positive organizational scholarship (POS), to investigate diversity and inclusion dynamics in social systems. Comprised of succinct chapters from thought leaders in the field, this book covers both micro- and macro-levels of analysis, covering topics such as authenticity, mentorship, intersectional identity work, positive deviance, resilience, resource cultivation and utilization, boundary-spanning leadership, strengths-based development, positive workplace interventions to promote well-being, inclusive strategic planning, and the role of diversity in innovation. "The multiple disciplines associated with positive phenomena-including positive organizational scholarship-have been criticized as being narrow, culturally biased, and ignorant of issues related to diversity. This book is the best and most comprehensive treatment of these issues. It is sure to be the single most important compilation of knowledge and useful practice regarding issues of inclusion, diversity, prejudice, resilience, and equity by applying a positive lens." - Kim Cameron, University of Michigan, USA "This outstanding volume builds a much-needed bridge between diversity, inclusion and positive organizational scholarship. Historically, diversity has been equated with negative processes, such as discrimination, prejudice and marginalization. Applying a positive perspective, Roberts, Wooten, and Davidson truly break new ground in offering a compelling and personal volume that uncovers the rich positive possibilities of diversity for learning, growth and development. Drawing on the leading scholars in the field, this volume provides a unique compilation of thought-provoking and accessible essays that will illuminate and enliven the field of diversity and inclusion. This extraordinary volume unleashes the power of positive and is a must-have book for diversity scholars and practitioners." - Belle Rose Ragins, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USAIntroduction by Martin N. Davidson, Lynn Perry Wooten, Laura Morgan Roberts and Kelle Parsons SECTION I: MULTIPLE IDENTITIES & RESOURCES Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten and Martin N. Davidson Chapter 1: Positive Psychology's Contributions and Prospects for Engaging Differences at Work Natasha N. Wilder, Meghana A. Rao, and Stewart I. Donaldson Chapter 2: Resourcefulness in Action: The Case of Global Diversity Management Stephanie J. Creary Chapter 3: Sources of Strength: Mobilizing Minority Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Identities as Resources Laura Morgan Roberts and Sandra Cha Chapter 4: How Identities and Discrimination Catalyze Global Entrepreneurship Lakshmi Ramarajan and Emily LeRoux-Rutledge Chapter 5: Intersectional Identity Salience and Positive Identity Construction Doyin Atewologun SECTION II: AUTHENTICITY Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Martin N. Davidson, Laura Morgan Roberts and Lynn Perry Wooten Chapter 6: Authenticity on One's Own Terms Patricia Faison Hewlin Chapter 7: Authenticity and Organizational Norms: A Positive Organizational Scholarship Lens Tina Opie Chapter 8: If I'm Comfortable Does That Mean I'm Included? And If I'm Included, Will I Now Be Comfortable? Bernardo M. Ferdman Chapter 9: Authentic Affirmation? Considering the Cultural Relevance of Strength-Based Practices in Global Organizations Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten, Martin N. Davidson and Amy Lemley SECTION III: RESILIENCE Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Laura Morgan Roberts, Martin N. Davidson and Lynn Perry Wooten Chapter 10: Resilience and Failure Katherine Giscombe Chapter 11: Racial Socialization and Resilience of Minority Group Members Demetria Henderson and Myrtle Bell Chapter 12: Social Resilience: Building Persistence in Interracial Relationships Tanya Menon and Arjun Chakravarti SECTION IV: RELATING ACROSS DIFFERENCES Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Martin N. Davidson, Laura Morgan Roberts and Lynn Perry Wooten Chapter 13: Leading Beyond "We": The Nature and Consequences of a Boundary Spanning Mindset Donna Chrobot-Mason, Jeffrey Yip and Alan James Yu Chapter 14: Mentoring as a Connecting Competency Builder: Examining POS as a Catalyst for Mentoring Across Dimensions of Diversity Stacy Blake-Beard, Audrey Murrell, Vineetha Krothapalli, Jessica Halem and Michelle Kweder Chapter 15: Fostering High-quality Relationships Across Difference: Exploring a Care-Based Approach to Life Story-Telling and Life Story-Receiving Sheldene Simola Chapter 16: Discursive Spaces that Foster Transformative Learning in the Engaging of Differences: Implications for Global Society Ilene C. Wasserman Chapter 17: Leveraging Difference in a "Have Your Say" World Heather Wishik Chapter 18: The Two Faces of Ubuntu: An Inclusive Positive or Exclusive Parochial Leadership Perspective? Lize A.E. Booysen SECTION V: INCLUSIVE & EQUITABLE SYSTEMS Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Lynn Perry Wooten, Martin N. Davidson and Laura Morgan Roberts Chapter 19: Diversity Management as a Generative Strategic Process: When the Business Case Meets Positive Organizational Scholarship Lynn Perry Wooten, Kelle Parsons, Robby Griswold and Skot Welch Chapter 20: From Exclusion to Inclusion: Inclusion and Empowerment in a South African Organization Hugo Canham Chapter 21: Assessing Organizational Culture and Engaging Faculty Diversity in Higher Education Lamont A. Flowers, James L. Moore III, Lawrence O. Flowers and Tiffany A. Flowers Chapter 22: Learning Together: A Positive Approach to Diversity and Inclusion Education Vicki J. Rosenberg Chapter 23: Organizational Support and Empowerment of Diversity in Work-Life Identities Ellen Ernst Kossek SECTION VI: INNOVATIVE THINKING Section Introduction Amy Lemley, Lynn Perry Wooten, Martin N. Davidson and Laura Morgan Roberts Chapter 24: Constructive Conflict: The Essential Role of Diversity in Organizational Innovation Jeff DeGraff and Chris Mueller Chapter 25: The Benefits of Diversity for Innovation in Academic Research Aurora Kamimura and Julie R. Posselt Chapter 26: Promoting the Positive Effects of Team Diversity through SOAR: An Inclusive Approach for Strategic Thinking, Planning, and Leading Jacqueline M. Stavros and Matthew L. Cole Chapter 27: Life on the Edge: How Weird People Thrive in Organizations (and What They Can Teach Us about Diversity and Inclusion) Martin N. Davidson Conclusion: Building a Bridge to Positive Organizing Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten and Martin N. Davidson Biographies of contributors Index

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Szczegóły: Positive Organizing in a Global Society

Tytuł: Positive Organizing in a Global Society
Producent: Routledge
ISBN: 9781848725751
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 256
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