Search results “Managing a diverse organization” for the 2009
Diversity Challenges - What Would You Do?
Watch the Full-Length Preview - http://bit.ly/2IKv320 PREVIEW ONLY – NOT FOR TRAINING. Defining diversity and understanding how to navigate through a diverse workforce are two very different things. It is one thing to understand what diversity is, but it's another to hire and manage the human complexities of a diverse workforce. In talking about diversity, we not only focus on the visible examples such as race, age, gender, and national origin, but also on not-so-visible examples such as personality style, style of interaction, lifestyle situations, education, work function, etc. It is the identification, acceptance and understanding of those differences and similarities that allow individuals to become aware of and fully use their talents and abilities to make unique contributions to workgroups and organizations. Whether your organization already started a diversity initiative or you're just beginning to look at the effect diversity has on your productivity, this program is designed to give your organization a chance to discuss some real issues affecting your workforce.
Classroom Organization and Management Program (COMP) - Awareness Video
The Classroom Organization and Management Program (COMP) is a research-based professional development program that can help you learn to create and manage an effective learning environment in your classroom. More information available at http://www.comp.org
Views: 11543 VanderbiltCOMP
Middle Management Blackout - by Diverse Notion Ltd
Middle Management Blackout is an issue all over the world in both small and large corporations. It has the effect of blocking and loosing support for change initiatives with middle managers negatively impacting large portions of the organisation and not necessarily being aware that they are doing this. It's a simple concept but surprising just how little is done about the issue. Created by Rob Wright www.diversenotion.co.uk
Views: 445 What2Recycle
John Edwards -  Management of language diversity in the classroom
Professor of psychology at St Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada, John Edwards talks about "Management of language diversity in the classroom: what teachers (and others) should know". The lecture is organised by the Linguamón - UOC Chair in Multilingualism (Catalan introduction). John Edwards - Gestió de la diversitat lingüística a l'aula: el que ensenyants i altres han de saber. Càtedra multilingüísme Linguamón-UOC. www.uoc.edu/portal/english/
Building capacities: Gender & diversity in Asia and Pacific
Building Capacities: Best Practices in Asia Pacific (3/5) Red Cross and Red Crescent societies aim to mobilize as many diverse people at community level as possible to ensures equal voices and space for diverse groups in the community to share ideas and benefit from all services. Both women and men should enjoy equal representation and should equally influence the organizations work so it does not consciously or unconsciously discriminate against women or men. Special efforts are made to include all those who are usually marginalized, socially excluded, and discriminated against in society to make sure their needs and ideas are also fully addressed both as communities but also as members, volunteers, and staff. In this five films series, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies profiles organizational best practices in Gender and Diversity, Resource Mobilisation, Youth and Volunteers, Participatory Planning, and Community and Branch Development. Building Capacities features insights and interviews with volunteers, beneficiaries and leaders from Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies including Australia, Cambodia, Mongolia and Nepal. The series was produced by the Asia Pacific zone under the direction of the Organizational Development unit. Related videos: Part 1/5 - Volunteers and Youth in Asia Pacific: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztEjcmQCUos Part 2/5 - Resource mobilisation in Asia and Pacific: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IyOzpXMsBE Part 4/5 - Community and branch development: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwYf7T4pXKk Part 5/5 - Participatory Planning: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Bft-_gKvt8 More information: http://www.ifrc.org Year: 2009 Duration: 29 minutes 44 seconds
Views: 1472 IFRC
Diversity in the Workplace
Ted Childs, vice president for workplace diversity at IBM, is known as one of the most effective diversity executives in the country. Assistant to former NAACP Director Benjamin Hooks, and more recently, an adviser to the White House Working Group on Child Care, Childs gives this talk as part of the "Explorations in Black Leadership" series.
Views: 17654 ResearchChannel
HR Management: Compensation & Incentives
This episode focuses on different types of employee incentive plans. Indiana University Southeast Instructor: Alysa Lambert
Views: 134080 IUSoutheast
Commonwealth Compact: Stepping Up, Managing Diversity in Challenging Times
To support UMass Boston visit: https://www.umb.edu/ua/giving/give_online.php Commonwealth Compact presents Stepping Up: Managing Diversity in Challenging Times. The First Annual Report of Commonwealth Compact Benchmark Data, May 2009. Local leaders are taking on an ambitious goal: to make Greater Boston a desired destination for people of color, immigrants, and women, in the belief that their contributions will be vital to the region's social and economic future. History tells us that the key to Boston's extraordinary record of vitality over nearly four centuries is the succession of innovations that has rejuvenated the city time and again -- and that people of color and women were central players in more than a third of those innovations. Diversity has been good to Boston. But the history is mixed. A century and a half ago, the abolition movement found a home in Boston. Yet three decades ago, busing opened bitter wounds, and Boston acquired a reputation for intolerance that still hobbles the city and clouds its future. Commonwealth Compact, a project organized by three of Boston's civic and business leaders, and supported by several dozen others, is now committed to concrete steps aimed at reversing that reputation so that Boston is seen as a welcoming, diverse place to live and work for all people. Steve Crosby, dean of the McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, is convening the effort, along with former Suffolk County District Attorney Ralph Martin, who is now an attorney with Bingham McCutchen and chairman of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, and Steve Ainsley, publisher of The Boston Globe. Bob Turner, who retired recently after 42 years at the Globe and was recently named the Boston Globe Fellow at the McCormack School, is the director of this initiative. The project has already conducted a statewide survey on racial and ethnic attitudes and experiences, and the results demonstrate clearly the need for this initiative. Similarly, the project conducted a survey of local boards of directors, finding a preponderance of white males on corporate boards and non-profits alike—a preponderance profoundly unrepresentative of the make-up of our community. Commonwealth Compact has expanded this survey into a variety of benchmarks which organizations can use to measure and promote progress toward their diversity goals. In addition, the Compact will establish a databank of minority job-seekers, and is creating a clearinghouse to improve the coordination and development of various existing programs dealing with diversity. The project will also seek to smooth the path for immigrants and other English language learners; to promote public discussion; and to tell the story of the new majority minority Boston, particularly what the region's increasing diversity means for the future. It is an ambitious agenda, befitting an ambitious goal. Commonwealth Compact has adopted the following mission statement: To establish Massachusetts as a uniquely inclusive, honest and supportive community of -- and for -- diverse people. To acknowledge our mixed history in this effort, and to face squarely the challenges that still need to be overcome, understanding that the rich promise of the region's growing diversity must be tapped fully if Boston and Massachusetts are to achieve their economic, civic and social potential.
Views: 1021 UMass Boston
Exploring Diversity In The Classroom
My presentation on diversity in the classroom as it pertains to college professors.
Views: 1061 haileymaroncelli
SVMP: Student Diversity
The Harvard Business School (HBS) Summer Venture in Management Program (SVMP) is a one week management training program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education. http://www.hbs.edu/mba/svmp/
Secrets of world-class software organizations 1/11
Secrets of world-class software organizations Steve McConnell, CEO, Construx Software
Views: 857 seattleieeecs
Valuing The Diversity
Created on May 1, 2009 using FlipShare.
Views: 224 bizxcel4u
Al Vivian on the Business Case for Diversity
Al Vivian, President of BASIC Diversity, Inc., clearly illustrates that due to demographic shifts, and massive people/talent shortages, the only organizations that will remain viable are those that prepare their leaders to create an "inclusive environment" that values ALL people across their differences.
Views: 1530 AlVivian122061
Effective Classroom Management for Student Success -- American College of Education Video
http://www.ace.edu We asked several of our recent graduates to reflect on their American College of Education experience. The results were both touching and inspiring. Check out these accounts of the ACE experience straight from the students themselves. Donna Kos learned effective classroom management, and reflect on what they do and how to improve their skills. She used what she learned in ACE to her actual classroom. The courses also helped Donna better organize her classroom for diverse learners. Learn more at http://www.ace.edu or by calling 1.800.280.0307.
Simma Lieberman Diversity Consultant
Simma Lieberman is an in-demand keynote speaker, consultant, and author of the popular book, Putting Diversity to Work. High level organizations seek her unique insights on Diversity, Leadership, and Breaking Through Fear and Self-Doubt. Simma helps companies improve their productivity through her seminars and training workshops!
Views: 386 SimmaKnowsDiversity
Welcome to the 21st Century Workplace: Diversity, Online Networking and You!
Illinois State University Career Center http://www.careercenter.ilstu.edu/ The Career Center is an excellent resource for students and alums! Through your participation in the Career Center's wide variety of events, programs, and services, you will be well-prepared to begin your job/internship search or expand your career possibilities.
Views: 1793 ISUtube1857
The Sergeant: The importance of excellent middle management.
Arnold Blits explains what will happen when organizations don't value their middle management. He names this type of manager 'Sergeants'. Nice animation!
Views: 10979 Blits Group
How can we improve learning in organizations?
Interviews from Overlap 09 in Monterey. "How can we improve learning in organizations?" An Inquiry by Jay Cross
Views: 1826 Jay Cross
Francisco Gomez - Provide Direction
Francisco Gomez is a skilled management consultant, trainer, facilitator, motivational speaker, and manager with multicultural experience in diverse industry environments. His competency areas are organizational and personal development, human resource management effectiveness, organizational culture, and corporate citizenship. Francisco focuses on understanding the clients specific needs and designing interventions that respond to those needs in an effective and results-oriented manner, helping them achieve significant improvement in their productivity, quality, and profitability. Visit www.kenblanchard.com or call 800-728-6000 for more information on how Blanchard can help your organization lead at a higher level.
Exploration of a Diversity Curriculum to Support Organizational Business Advantage
Professor Roxanne Helm-Stevens, Kneeland Brown and Gregory Wallace To explore a different solution to diversity teaching through specific, standard courses which integrate concepts, theories and practices of key significance to create business advantage.
E-Learning: Equality and Diversity Training
Find out more about equality and diversity training here: http://www.brightwave.co.uk/e-learning-solutions/equality-diversity An inclusive workplace is a good place to be. But for equality and diversity training to be meaningful it has to relate to the user's experience and get beyond accusations of political correctness or irrelevance. So it's critical to get the content right and be sensitive to the organisation's priorities. Hot topics for one organisation may not be a priority for another in their equality training efforts.
Views: 4813 Brightwave Group
Diverse Perspectives in the Classroom
MA in Communication student Heather Woolwine discusses the diversity of student perspectives in the program.
"What In the World is the Global Supply Chain" DVD Trailer
Created to capture the attention of young student audience and to encourage the choice of a career in supply chain management, this DVD effectively and entertainingly illustrates the broad and diverse career options that exist in the profession today. Produced by CSCMP, this DVD is an excellent visual aid to use in high school and university classrooms, career programs, student organizations, and even entry-level industry training sessions. http://cscmp.org/career/dvdcareers.asp
Views: 10635 TheCSCMP
ESI: ESI Media Management  (TeLLan One)
ESI develops business communications products targeted to businesses of various sizes (with an emphasis on small- and medium-sized businesses), and markets those products through a diverse Reseller organization that includes a broad cross-section of telephone interconnect companies and independent telephone companies throughout North America. ESI designs and manufactures high-efficiency, low-cost business communications products. These products have earned numerous product awards from industry publications. If you are looking for a phone system in Northern California, please check out our website at http://www.tellan1.com
Views: 87 TeLLanOne
Dr. Sue: Diversity in Learning
Dr. Sue (Susan Horowitz, Ph.D.) - www.drsue.com - motivational speaker, author ("Queens of Comedy") presents "Celebrate Learning Diversity" Other Topics: Journey to Success, Aging, Multiculturalism, Humor, Stress www,drsue.com Health, Queens of Comedy, Jewish Comedy, Conflict Management, etc. Her talks often include original motivational songs. Clients: Colleges, Corporations, Cruises, Wellness Programs, Seniors, Spouse Programs, Women's and Jewish Groups.
Views: 2235 Susan Horowitz
Diverse Teams in Unity
A simple team building exercise to build unity within diverse teams. This is the first step in building the understanding that we add to each other. We all bring value, are valuable and have greater value when we work with our team's individual strengths.
Views: 454 Brian Moore
Michael Lee Stallard | Talks at Google
What work environment makes everyone perform to the best of their ability? Michael Lee Stallard lays out the six universal needs to thrive and the work environment that research has shown helps people and organizations achieve superior performance for sustained periods of time. Sharing knowledge integrated from research in multiple fields including organizational behavior, psychology, neuroscience, sociology, and history, and stories of great leaders as well as his personal experiences, Michael describes The Connection Culture. Guy Kawasaki recently wrote that Michael's Connection Culture manifesto is a must read to help leaders understand how to gain competitive advantage; award-winning journalist William J. Holstein (The New York Times, Business Week) wrote that Michael's ideas reflect great wisdom; and Darden Business School Associate Dean Marian Moore wrote Michaels presentation was powerful the buzz among the students was fantastic. Michael is president of E Pluribus Partners, a leadership training and coaching firm. He is the primary author of the bestselling book Fired Up or Burned Out and The Connection Culture manifesto on ChangeThis.com. Michael has diverse experience having worked in investment banking, marketing and finance at organizations including Morgan Stanley, Barclays PLC and Texas Instruments. He is a guest lecturer on leadership, productivity and innovation at the University of Virginia's Darden Graduate School of Business and the Center for Creative Leadership. Michael Lee Stallard visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters as part of the [email protected] series.
Views: 13454 Talks at Google
General and Operations Managers
Plan, direct, or coordinate the operations of companies or public and private sector organizations. Duties and responsibilities include formulating policies, managing daily operations, and planning the use of materials and human resources, but are too diverse and general in nature to be classified in any one functional area of management or administration, such as personnel, purchasing, or administrative services. Includes owners and managers who head small business establishments whose duties are primarily managerial.
Views: 220 mvjf09
Exclusive Video Interview with William R. Berkley, Take 2: Diversity and decentralization
William R. Berkley runs his giant insurance holding company of diverse specialty and regional insurers a lot like a family business where the parents trust their kids to behave. Diversity and decentralized management have worked well for W.R. Berkley Corp., the founder notes in this excerpt from an exclusive video interview with Insurance Journal.
Views: 625 IJ Sales
Intro to Cultural Diversity
Diversity is like an onion with multiple layers. Understanding cultural diversity provides a chance for everyone with your organisation to discuss the best ways to work together with greater harmony, understanding and mutual respect. This one-day seminar allows participants to understanding divrsity and what it means in the workplace. The seminars looks at staff interactions along with the core cultural skills to work effectively with diverse communities.
Views: 2512 x
Micro-narratives for Knowledge Management
Cognitive Edge founder Dave Snowden first suggests that organizational storytelling has major issues at the moment - both in terms of ethics and practice, which many knowledge management practitioners are not addressing. He then talks about how knowledge is conveyed as micro-narratives, not as best practices. As an example, with regards to learning from a difficult project, Dave feels that blending a dozen or so micro-narratives from a diverse set of people is a more pragmatic and effective approach, rather than formulating a one-dimensional best practice.
Views: 1135 eClerxServices
Culture and Management by Alfredo Behrens. Part 1.
You may find Part 2 in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlxAkMIcOtY This segment deals with the following topics: American Scientific Management spilled over the world as if all people would respond equally, with the same intensity, to the same pecuniary incentives. Perhaps that is wrong, as it seems to be in the Samba Schools parade. There, people who moonlight for months deliver a world class parade on the date and time agreed to. Yet many among the same people may leave work early after having arrived late at multinationals in Rio de Janeiro. These people, as well as the much admired Che Guevara, President Allende, Acapulco plungers and bullfighters, the list is long, do what they do but earnestly enough, but not so much for money. Not only Latin Americans do not seem to be as motivated by money as Americans are, they enter into a work contract where they expect as much protection as they are ready to give in terms of work: all-out. But modern employment limits protection by excluding parents from work-related health coverage. This limit sends the wrong signal to workers feel shortchanged, leading to lack of engagement which translated into low productivity. Then the Coyote vs. the Road Runner is introduced to illustrate a recent piece of management research but that is dealt with in part 2. My book, Culture and Management in the Americas, by Stanford University Press, is now available! http://bit.ly/4Zx0Tl
Views: 1387 Rafael R
What is Supply Chain?
Provides a brief explanation on the supply chain. "What In The World Is The Global Supply Chain?" was created to capture the attention of a young student audience and to encourage the choice of a career in supply chain management, this film effectively and entertainingly illustrates the broad and diverse career options that exist in the profession today. Produced by CSCMP, this DVD is an excellent visual aid to use in high school and university classrooms, career programs, student organizations, and even entry-level industry training sessions. http://cscmp.org/career/dvdcareers.asp
Views: 28377 TheCSCMP
Public Speaking: The Opportunities of Diversity
http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/3783-public-speaking-the-opportunities-of-diversity This lesson was selected from a broader, comprehensive course, Public Speaking. This course and others are available from Thinkwell, Inc. The full course can be found at http://www.thinkwell.com/student/product/publicspeaking. The full course covers getting started, preparing a speech, presenting the speech, audience considerations, types of speeches, small group communication, and more. The course features three renowned professors: Jess K. Alberts of Arizona State University, Brenda J. Allen of the University of Colorado at Denver, and Dan West of Ohio State University. Jess K. Alberts is a professor of communication at the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University, where she was Director from 1995 until 2004. She currently serves as Director of the Conflict Transformation Project and is an associate with Project for Wellness and Work-life. Her research appears regularly in academic journals, and she recently co-authored Human Communication in Society. Undergraduates at Arizona State honored her classroom teaching skills with a "Last Lecture Award," and she has twice been a finalist for Professor of the Year at ASU. A nationally known speaker on interpersonal communication, Professor Alberts has given numerous presentations across the country on humor, conflict, and developing and maintaining a passionate life. Brenda J. Allen is departmental chair and a professor of communication at the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, where she teaches organizational communication. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on organizational communication and diversity and she serves on the editorial boards of several communication journals. In 2004, she authored the book Difference Matters: Communicating Social Identity. While at the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, she has been recognized with the First Annual Award for Outstanding Achievement for Commitment to Diversity and she received the Francine Meritt Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Lives of Women in Communication from the Womens Caucus of the National Communication Association. Professor Allen is frequently invited to speak at community and professional events. Dan West is the John A. Cassese Director of Forensics at Ohio University. Previously, he was a distinguished lecturer at Rice University, where he also acted as Director of Forensics. Under his direction, the team consistently placed in the top ten at national debate tournaments. While at Rice, Prof. West won the Outstanding Faculty Associate for Brown College (1999) and the award for Outstanding Teaching in the Humanities and Social Sciences (four times). He is well known for using his engaging speaking style in a variety of settings; his annual presentation of the Rice University Alcohol Policy to the freshman class was always a hit.
Views: 248 Mindbitesdotcom
ESI: ESI Presence Management  (TeLLan One)
ESI develops business communications products targeted to businesses of various sizes (with an emphasis on small- and medium-sized businesses), and markets those products through a diverse Reseller organization that includes a broad cross-section of telephone interconnect companies and independent telephone companies throughout North America. ESI designs and manufactures high-efficiency, low-cost business communications products. These products have earned numerous product awards from industry publications. If you are looking for a phone system in Northern California, please check out our website at http://www.tellan1.com
Views: 29 TeLLanOne
Hospital Management Information System - Gujarat
Documentary on Hospital Management Information System - Gujarat by SKOCH
Views: 9455 Skoch Group
Careers in Psychology : What Do Psychologists Do?
Psychology is a diverse field, and most people tend to think of all psychology as clinical psychology, but their are many other types of psychology specialists. Learn about school psychologists, experimental psychologists and industrial organizational psychologists with help from a licensed mental health counselor in this free video on psychology. Expert: John Bosworth Bio: John Bosworth is a licensed mental health counselor who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, chronic pain and stress management. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Views: 11439 eHow
IMD - "Strategically engaging your organization - part III" by Prof. Thomas Malnight
http://link.imd.org/pod834 - In this episode, Professor Thomas Malnight talks about: Strategically engaging your organization. Stretching your potential.
Views: 346 IMD business school
Diversity in Nonprofit Leadership
Despite our communitys stated commitment to diversity, women and people of color are underrepresented at the executive level of nonprofits and foundations. Hear provocative perspectives from this Pecha Kucha session on the obstacles to diversifying our communitys leadership, and consider methods for navigating or demolishing barriers.
Views: 677 IndependentSector
Generational Diversity Training
Judi Clements reminds us that for the first time in the world of work, we have four generations working side by side. Each generation has its own unique work style & key motivators. How can managers get these generations to work well together? In this program, Judi shows you how to identify & lead the diverse individuals & teams in your organization. She discusses the differences between the way the generations think & work, and how to make these differences blend, not collide.
Views: 679 Judi Clements
Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 11, Individual Learner Differences
Learners in one classroom are both similar and, at the same time, different. A learner-centered approach to teaching requires teachers to understand this duality, and to be aware of the different ways in which students learn. Some differences are easy to see or discover, such as age/gender/socioeconomic conditions/and level of education. Other differences may be more difficult to identify, including: * Overall cognitive ability, or "€œintelligence,"€ and * Cognitive development in younger learners. * Learners'™ language proficiency levels, and their * Motivation for language study. * Learners'™ personality traits, along with their * Learning strengths, styles and preferences. An innovative offering from the Office of English Language Programs, Shaping the Way We Teach English, is a 14-module teacher training video series developed and produced in cooperation with the University of Oregon.
Views: 52468 University of Oregon
Dr. Lesley Morrow - Literacy Development
Dr. Lesley Morrow details her work in early literacy development and the role of parents and teachers in educating the child. Dr. Morrow is a professor at Rutgers University's Graduate School of Education where she is coordinator of the literacy program. Her area of research deals with early literacy development, and the organization and management of Language Arts Programs. Her research is carried out with children and families from diverse backgrounds.
Views: 19344 Rutgers University
Why diversity matters
Barbara Fisher Hall '66, associate provost for enrollment management at NYU, discusses the importance of diversity in terms of the college experience and learning environment. From Skidmore's New York City Town Hall Oct. 22, 2009.
Views: 181 Skidmore College
Why I Chose Stanford GSB
Community, flexibility, diverse backgrounds, and atmosphere of campus were some of the reasons students chose to come to the Stanford GSB. Recorded October 13, 2008
Many doctors are taking up MBA programmes, and diverse professionals are attracted to hospital management
Brief interaction with Dr Kishore Murthy, Director, IHMR (Institute of Health Management Research), Bangalore (www.ihmr.org), June 10, 2009, 12 noon
Views: 2667 Murali D
Diversity Healthworks
Diversity HealthWorks™ is a comprehensive resource for healthcare professionals, educational institutions, organizations, and employers to utilize in meeting their respective employment, recruitment, informational, training, and educational needs. Diversity HealthWorks is the first on-line resource dedicated entirely to careers, employer branding, and the generation of information focused exclusively on diversity and cultural competency in health and healthcare.
Views: 1215 diversityhealthworks
GHRF2008: Womens Leadership and Diversity
Many organizations have become proficient at recruiting top women, but too few have managed to keep them long enough to have them contribute as much as possible to the firm. With talent shortages looming over the next decade, companies must attract and retain the large number of professional women who are otherwise forced off the career highway. Moreover, a new study reveals that U.S. companies face a troubling brain drain: Fifty-two percent of female scientists, engineers, and technologists abandon their chosen professions. If companies understand why women drop out, however, they can create targeted interventions and head off a talent shortage. In this briefing on best practice, attendees can learn how to: better understand what professional women want and need in order to stay in your organization; quantify the return on investment in programs that go beyond telecommuting, flex-time, and job sharing--and help retain women; and understand firms across a wide range of industries have created win-win initiatives to ensure they have the women who can give them a competitive edge. This program brings one of the world's foremost management and leadership experts right to your facility with practical insights you'll be able to put to use right away. Moderator *Hye-Sook Lee, Dean of College of Natural Sciences, Ewha Womans University Presenter * Jean Morrison, Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California • Shim Yoon, Vice President, Samsung SDS Incubation Center Discussant * Young Sook Yoo, Director, Korea Institute of Science & Technology * Kong-Ju-Bock Lee, Director General, National Institute for Supporting Women in Science and Technology
Supply Chain Cycle
Provides an explanation of how the supply chain cycle works. "What In The World Is The Global Supply Chain?" was created to capture the attention of a young student audience and to encourage the choice of a career in supply chain management, this film effectively and entertainingly illustrates the broad and diverse career options that exist in the profession today. Produced by CSCMP, this DVD is an excellent visual aid to use in high school and university classrooms, career programs, student organizations, and even entry-level industry training sessions. http://cscmp.org/career/dvdcareers.asp
Views: 21718 TheCSCMP
Students explore diversity in the classroom
A mother and daughter enrolled in NAU's elementary education program are part of a classroom of future teachers preparing for an increasingly diverse student population.
Views: 4036 Inside NAU

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