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Inclusion Breakthrough by Frederick A. Miller and Judith H. Katz

Inclusion Breakthrough

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Inclusion Breakthrough by Frederick A. Miller and Judith H. Katz
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Jun 15, 2002 | ISBN 9781576751398
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    Jun 15, 2002 | ISBN 9781576751398

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“The Inclusion Breakthrough provides a practical framework for how organizations can truly leverage diversity as part of the business strategy, rather than as an add-on program. Fred and Judith’s proven methodology and real world examples definitely serve as a roadmap to achieving breakthroughs in organizational performance.”
—Richard Chang, CEO, Richard Chang Associates, Inc. and author of The Passion Plan and The Passion Plan at Work

“Breakthrough is not too strong a word for what Fred and Judith have achieved here. They actually explain how to create a culture of inclusive- ness for today’s and tomorrow’s competitive world. As always from these two authors, a state-of-the-art book.”
—Peter B. Vaill, Professor University of St. Thomas

“In this stupendous book, Fred and Judith have unlocked the secret to success in this fast changing global economy. Their combined 50+ years of experience working with the best companies in the world gives them a unique perspective on how to create lasting change. Their methodology works! Every senior executive, manager, and change leader would benefit from reading this book and using the methodology presented.”
—Ava Albert Schnidman, Partner Deltech Consulting Group, Ltd

“At a time when events have caused some people to see differences as a threat, it is critical that we stop looking at diversity as an issue separate from how we run our businesses. The Inclusion Breakthrough goes beyond the typical call to change attitudes and gives business leaders practical examples of practices, policies, and procedures that have been used successfully to make positive change.”
—John W. Coné, former VP of Learning Dell Computer Corporation

Table Of Contents

Foreword by Doug West
Preface
Acknowledgments

Part 1 — The Need for an Inclusion Breakthrough
Chapter One: Diversity in a Box
Chapter Two: Positioning for Radical Change

Part 2 — The Elements of an Inclusion Breakthrough
Chapter Three: New Competencies
Chapter Four: Enabling Policies and Practices
Chapter Five: Leveraging a Diverse Workforce
Chapter Six: Community and Social Responsibility
Chapter Seven: Enhanced Value to the Marketplace

Part 3 —Creating an Inclusion Breakthrough
Chapter Eight: Building the Platform for Change
Chapter Nine: Creating Momentum
Chapter Ten: Making Diversity and Inclusion a Way of Life
Chapter Eleven: Leveraging Learning and Challenging the New Status Quo

Conclusion: Breaking Out of the Box
Glossary
References
Index

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