A Research Companion
Edited by Jawad Syed and Mustafa F. Özbilgin
This Companion provides an authoritative overview of how cultural diversity is managed in Asia. Although the Asian context appears at first sight to be irreconcilably divergent in terms of diversity management approaches, the contributing authors seek to explore thematic and geographical demarcations of the notions of cultural diversity and equality at work.
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- Managing Cultural Diversity in Asia A Research Companion
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Diversity Management Travels to Underexplored Territories
- Chapter 2: Cultural Diversity Management in Malaysia: A Perspective of Communication Management
- Chapter 3: Identity Salience, Occupational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour in Multinational Teams: An Exploratory Study from the Turkish Context
- Chapter 4: Religious Diversity in Lebanon: Lessons from a Small Country to the Global World
- Chapter 5: Diverse Discretionary Effort in Workplace Networks: Serving Self Over Community in China
- Chapter 6: The Diversity Scenario in Pakistani Organizations
- Chapter 7: Diversity in Russia
- Chapter 8: The Main Problems of Cultural Diversity Management in Turkish Companies which Operate in Central Asian Countries
- Chapter 9: Caste-based Quotas: India’s Reservation Policies
- Chapter 10: Intercultural Competencies Across Cultures: Same or Different?
- Chapter 11: When East Meets West: Managing Chinese Enterprise Relationships through Guanxi-based Diversity Management
- Chapter 12: A Comparison of the Japanese and South Korean Mindset: Similar but Different Management Approaches
- Chapter 13: Confronting Discrimination through Affirmative Action in India: Playing the Right Music with the Wrong Instrument?
- Chapter 14: Demographic Profile of Economic Resources and Environment in South Asia
- Chapter 15: Transplanting the Meritocracy in India: Creating a Shared Corporate Vision at the Local and Global Levels
- Chapter 16: Workforce Diversity in Iran: Some Case Study Evidence of Private Sector Organisations
- Chapter 17: Is Diversity Management Relevant for Turkey? Evaluation of Some Factors Leading to Diversity Management in the Context of Turkey
- Chapter 18: Ethical and Cultural Aspects of Diversity and Unicity in the Arab Middle East: Managing Diverse Knowledge in a Culturally Unicist Environment
- Chapter 19: Diversity Management in Thailand
- Chapter 20: Islamic Civil Society and Social Capital in Turkey: The Gülen Community
- Chapter 21: Asian and Other Immigrant Entrepreneurs in the United States
- Chapter 22: Nuzzling Nuances? Asian Diaspora in New Zealand
- Chapter 23: Israeli-Indian Teams in Israeli High-tech Organizations: A Diversity Perspective
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