Edited by Alain Klarsfeld, Eddy S. Ng, Lize A.E. Booysen, Liza Castro Christiansen and Bård Kuvaas
Chapter 11: Tribal diversity and collective productivity: the intervening mechanisms of social inclusion, human resource development and tribal identity
How does tribal diversity relate to collective productivity? Using multiple data sources and demography theory, I examine the process by which tribal diversity relates to collective productivity at the national level. The results show social inclusion policies and building human resources intervene in the relationship between tribal diversity and collective productivity. I also find that tribal identity moderates the relationships between tribal diversity and (1) social inclusion and (2) human resources development. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed to enhance tribal diversity management particularly in the context of the study: Africa.
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