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8.Managing Diversity
 
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INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT - Managing Diversity Mike HANSON (International Management Professor) http://www.escem.fr/chicmba/
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Equipping Business Students to Manage Multi-Culturally Diverse Organizations
 
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Roxanne Helm and Linda Hunt Azusa Pacific University
Diverse Learners and Classroom Organization - American College of Education Video
 
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http://www.ace.edu In a mosaic, small colorful tiles are a symbol to create an artwork of beauty and strength. Within the mosaic, each tile retains its individual identity, but when it fits with the rest, that single tile becomes an inclusive part of a spectacular whole. Similarly, the diverse individuals in our society form a mosaic of beauty and strength, different backgrounds, different perspectives, different opinions, different beliefs. They all have their places in the American mosaic. A microcosm of the larger society, schools mirror our American mosaic. In our schools, students of different cultures, ethnicities, languages, religions come together for the purpose of obtaining an education. How then, do you as a school leader show that you acknowledge and honor from learners from many diverse backgrounds? How do you create an inclusive education environment where students can successfully work and learn together, where they value the differences in themselves and the differences in others? In this course, Diverse Learners: Developing classrooms to support learning for all students, you will identify the unique strengths, needs and organization that students bring to the classroom. Youll also explore multicultural education and instructional strategies that are most effective in improving the performance of all students. When you possess such knowledge and skills, you, the educational leader, have the power to create a learning space that honors diversity - a mosaic of equity and opportunity, a true work of art. Learn more at www.ace.edu or by calling 1.800.280.0307.
TEDxNASA - Eric Haseltine - The Next Big Thing
 
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An expert in managing innovation processes, Eric Haseltine has been helping organizations "harvest the future" by developing far-sighted technological solutions that deliver near-term value. Applying principles described in his book Long Fuse, Big Bang, he specializes in helping organizations whose sales and profits have reached a plateau to re- discover aggressive growth. Haseltine brings a remarkable resume as a PhD neuroscientist and over 30 years experience as director of research for the National Security Agency, associate director for science and technology in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, executive vice president of Walt Disney Imagineering and director of engineering for Hughes Aircraft. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 4128 TEDx Talks
Craven College - "Embedding Equality & Diversity"
 
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Craven College were WINNERS of the 2010 Regional Diversity Champions "Embedding Equality & Diversity" Award. This film was played as part of the award ceremony and was organised by Grimsby Institutes' East Coast Centre for Diversity and was created by Focus 7 Ltd.
Views: 4406 Focus7ltd
Understanding Culture in Medical Tourism by Dr Prem Jagyasi
 
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Globalization across all sectors has brought complex cultural needs, in an already culturally diverse world. Understanding culture and behavior was important in healthcare to provide comprehensive care with a delightful experience, but it has certainly become essential in Medical Tourism as patients arrive with different cultural beliefs and from different geographies. Understanding of Culture in Medical Tourism is a two way process as the patient needs to understand the destination's cultural beliefs as much as providers need to know and understand the patient's cultural beliefs. ----- The understanding of cultural issues in Medical Tourism (Global Healthcare) is a two way process argues Dr Prem Jagyasi, a renowned Medical Tourism expert and consultant. Several Medical Tourism organizations believe that Understanding Culture in Medical Tourism is a one way process, and that they only need to understand patient's cultural beliefs and behaviors. However, it is also necessary for a patient to understand the culture and behavior of the destination. The provider should take the responsibility of making cultural documents related to their destination available to patients. Educating healthcare providers within a healthcare organization is a unilateral process, while educating patients, on the other hand, is a bilateral process. This will eventually bring comprehensive solutions for issues that arise from cultural diversity. While consulting within a variety of international healthcare organizations, I have realized that they are honestly willing to make an effort to educate their staff about understanding the cultural dissimilarity of international patients. They are also willing to teach providers about key cultural challenges arising from geographies, languages, religion, societies, beliefs, customs, traditions, and individual perceptions. But, there seems to be a lack of effort on educating patients about what cultural beliefs a healthcare organization is following. Wouldn't it be a wonderful solution if a healthcare organization also educates patients about destination related cultural activities? I argue that both healthcare providers and healthcare consumers (patient) need to understand cultural dissimilarity. I also emphasize that healthcare providers should arrange for such education for their patients; a small booklet or video demonstration can do wonders in this regard. Most Healthcare MBA institutes teach Cultural Competency in their program, but so far, this requirement has been limited to cultural diversity within one geography because most of the patients were coming from one geography with different cultures and beliefs. However, Medical Tourism has turned the situation upside down and now patients come from an entirely different geography, which has created a significant need for bilateral cultural understanding. Moreover, while consulting international healthcare organizations about the cultural understating of patients, my first question always remains the same -- "Do you understand the cultural beliefs of your organization in relation to healthcare services? Isn't it important to understand internal belief system before you start thinking about external belief systems? There is a great need of overall cultural understanding in Medical Tourism and healthcare. ---- About Dr Prem jagyasi A successful entrepreneur and experienced strategic professional, Dr Prem Jagyasi is a renowned Chartered Management, Healthcare Marketing and Medical Tourism Consultant. He also serves the Medical Tourism Association—a Non Profit organization based in USA as Honorary Chief Strategy Officer. He is contributed extensively in Medical Tourism and is known for his distinctive thinking and approach in Medical Tourism. He could be contacted at www.DrPrem.com | [email protected]
BSc International Business and Management
 
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Bachelor International Business and Management - University of Groningen If you want an international career you have to be able to handle diverse economic, cultural, legal, political, regional and international situations. The Bachelor programme International Business and Management prepares you for a career in any of those contexts. In this video Diana (IB&M-student from Romania) explains you about her research subject.
Activity Based Costing Example in 6 Easy Steps - Managerial Accounting with ABC Costing
 
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Clicked here http://www.MBAbullshit.com/ and OMG wow!I'm SHOCKED how easy.. Imagine your brand makes two types of mobile phone devices. They are each produced working with one machine. The maintenance cost of the apparatus is $100 a month. What percentage should each style of telephone share under the maintenance cost? In order to be "just", some will suggest that the cost must be divided 50%-50%. However, what if Phone A consumes 90 hours of the machinery, and Phone B uses only 10 hours of the apparatus? Should the cost remain to be split 50%-50%? As part of classic "allocated" costing, the cost should probably still be split 50%-50%. However applying the principle of Activity Based Costing, it needs to most likely be cut up 90%-10% for the reason that one phone type is based on 90 hours of the apparatus monthly while the other cell phone form typically only consumes 10 hours of the identical device. The foregoing technique makes use of "amount of activity" for being a function of costing, and not just "allocation" where accountants simplistically allot the costs by the same token.Needless to say, for any product or service, there are a lot more activities to consider, and not only the employment of a particular device. These varying activities which generally encounter a mark on cost are classified as "cost drivers". Cost drivers may appear in numerous varieties for instance machine hours consumed, number of inspections, hours spent on inspections, number of production runs, quantity of hours used up throughout production, quantity of setups, together with multiple others.In the case above, we simply used machine hours consumed. Inside a less forgiving example, we may additionally need to consider the number of inspections. Suppose Phone A solicited added inspections by enterprise engineers than Phone B? It goes without saying, a great deal more of the compensation of institution engineers really needs to be allocated to Phone A. Whereas, what if Phone B solicited a great deal more production runs than Phone A? Again, we would struggle to conveniently partition broad production costs among the two mobile phone types. To further complicate the problem, what if Phone A, irrespective of using far less production runs, solicited more production setups than Phone B? Evidently, the difficulty of appropriately allocating costs to each of the phone models can get incredibly exhausting. Having said that, this difficulty can be really worth the effort if it helps a business apply extra meticulous or more defined costs on items, which can be made use to help the company in its pricing methods. The beauty of Activity Based Costing is that it considers all these diverse costs and cost drivers in a timely fashion, granting an organization the competence to perform pretty defined costing inspite of such concerns. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcjxRe4EsuY activity based costing, abc costing, what is activity based costing, what is abc http://mbabullshit.com/blog/activity-based-costing/
Views: 300502 MBAbullshitDotCom
Joe Gerstandt - Fresh Definition for Diversity
 
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The "Next Generation Diversity" workshop took place on Wednesday, January 28, 2010 in the Kelly Conference Center at Iowa Health Des Moines. Over 100 participants attended the workshop. Joe Gerstandt presented a new framework for understanding diversity and made a strong business case for why and how diversity can be used to drive innovation and success in corporations, organizations, and personal networks. Diversity and inclusion have always been important, but because of the way business is changing, they are becoming critical aspects of how business gets done. As 2010 begins, we hit the "re-set" button on the diversity and inclusion conversation and recalibrated our approach. This engaging and interactive workshop provided participants with a deep-dive examination of diversity and inclusion and what they mean to the success of our organizations and communities today. This workshop was presented by the Central Iowa Society of Human Resource Management's Diversity Committee and was facilitated by Joe Gerstandt, a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and blogger. Joe works with Fortune 500 corporations, small non-profits, and everything in between. A strong voice for next generation diversity and inclusion work, he helps organizations truly understand and benefit from diversity and inclusion. For more information about Joe, visit his site www.ourtimetoact.com.
Views: 9896 mxstone
Sally Helgesen - Diversity Organization using Web
 
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Gonzaga Mentor Gallery Clip - 2004. Sally Helgesen discusses diversity organization using web. Copyright Gonzaga University 2004. Video by JesuitNET.
Views: 93 mentorsgallery
"Believing in People" Is Key to Managing Talent
 
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Meeting the mission of your organization and explaining each person's contribution to the organization's goals is at the heart of managing people, including diverse groups of people, Vice Adminral Anthony L. Winns, Naval Inspector General, U.S. Navy, tells DiversityInc.
Views: 257 DiversityInc
What is Technology Management?
 
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"For some people, MoT relates to scientific research and the development of new concepts. To others, MoT means engineering design and development, manufacturing, or operations management, while yet others relate MoT to managing hospitals, financial businesses, the Olympic Games, or eBay. Indeed, the scope of MoT is very broad and diverse. Its boundaries also overlap considerably with those of the major disciplines of science, engineering, and management. Furthermore, with the increasing complexity of our business environment, MoT focuses more strongly on 'managing' the organizational processes and the people affiliated with them" (Thamhain, 2005, p. 4). Western Kentucky University, Master of Science in Technology Management.
Views: 5037 hds423
Wisdom Games - Talent Management
 
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"Wisdom Games is an innovative company that has the capabilities to combine the deep, versatile and diverse experience of an organisation‟s culture, with cutting edge digital technology - adding value to our clients by providing a solution that speaks to the next generation of business leaders."
Views: 930 Andrew Butow
MANAGING HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMS: Andrés Tapia Leadership Insights
 
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In this session, Andres Tapia, Hewitt Associates' Chief Diversity Officer and Emerging Workforce Solutions Leader, shares insight on Leadership Skills for the Inclusion Paradox at NAAAHR-Chicago's 2010 Diversity Symposoium held in Oak Brook, IL.
Joe Gerstandt - Business Case for Diversity Part 1
 
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The "Next Generation Diversity" workshop took place on Wednesday, January 28, 2010 in the Kelly Conference Center at Iowa Health Des Moines. Over 100 participants attended the workshop. Joe Gerstandt presented a new framework for understanding diversity and made a strong business case for why and how diversity can be used to drive innovation and success in corporations, organizations, and personal networks. Diversity and inclusion have always been important, but because of the way business is changing, they are becoming critical aspects of how business gets done. As 2010 begins, we hit the "re-set" button on the diversity and inclusion conversation and recalibrated our approach. This engaging and interactive workshop provided participants with a deep-dive examination of diversity and inclusion and what they mean to the success of our organizations and communities today. This workshop was presented by the Central Iowa Society of Human Resource Management's Diversity Committee and was facilitated by Joe Gerstandt, a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and blogger. Joe works with Fortune 500 corporations, small non-profits, and everything in between. A strong voice for next generation diversity and inclusion work, he helps organizations truly understand and benefit from diversity and inclusion. For more information about Joe, visit his site www.ourtimetoact.com.
Views: 2753 mxstone
Marilyn Tam: Former CEO, Keynote Speaker, Globalization, Leadership and Diversity Expert
 
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Marilyn Tam is a corporate consultant, speaker and the executive director and co-founder of the Us Foundation. Marilyn Tam has had an extraordinarily diverse life, from her beginnings in a traditional Chinese family in Hong Kong to her meteoric rise in the international business world to become an influential corporate leader, speaker, corporate consultant, author and respected humanitarian. Marilyn Tam's long, distinguished background includes prominent executive roles at numerous of world-class companies, including CEO of Aveda, President of Reebok Apparel & Retail Group and Vice President of Nike. She is also a successful entrepreneur, having developed and built three companies in diverse fields: corporate consulting & training, a web portal company and a web-based supply chain software company. Marilyn Tam is currently co-leading a cutting edge healthcare services and products company, HealthWalk where she is able to serve the world utilizing her business, social, environmental and humanitarian experience. Marilyn Tam consults and speaks globally with Fortune 500 companies, governments and non-profit organizations on Leadership, Diversity, Change Management and how to Integrate Social & Environmental concerns into Businesses profitably. Bring Marilyn Tam to speak to your organization through BigSpeak speakers Bureau. http://www.bigspeak.com/marilyn-tam.html For information about BigSpeak, https://www.bigspeak.com/
Towers Watson Case Study: Employee Choice - Addressing Diversity in Your Organization
 
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Employee Choice, also referred to as Flexible Benefits, addresses the diversity of employees within an organisation by recognising the different lifestyle needs and expectations of the workforce, and offering more choices to employees in terms of the benefits they receive. Recently there has been increased adoption of Employee Choice by leading organisations as a tool to attract and retain key talent through delivering the benefits most valued by employees, while effectively containing future cost increases. In this case study, Narelle Tierney, head of Human Resources for Towers Watson South-east Asia, shares her experiences in installing an Employee Choice plan throughout the region.
Views: 1086 Willis Towers Watson
Ownership of the Knowledge Management Function
 
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In an interview with Alakh Asthana of eClerx Services, Dr. Madanmohan Rao talks about where the ownership of KM rests. Madan explains that the KM story in an organization usually starts when some group of mid or top level managers hear about KM and initiate implementation. The moment the practice is institutionalized -- it raises the question of ownership. Diverse organizational cultures and structures influence ownership of the KM function. Madan further elaborates his point by explaining that departmentalization depends on the level of knowledge management baked into the tasks of the workforce and the organization's core competency. In organizations where value generated from KM is substantial, the CKO (Chief Knowledge Officer) is positioned along with a team to navigate the knowledge strategy. In the absence of a CKO, other departments may shoulder KM. Madan further explains that many organizations may think that knowledge is closely linked with information and hence the ownership should lie with the CIO (Chief Information Officer). In a technology centric organization the CTO (Chief Technology Officer) may act as the CKO. Companies focusing on capability building and continuous learning may integrate it with the learning or HR division to help create competitive advantages for the future. Madan summarizes the interview by noting that usually the department that initiates the practice ends up owning and managing it.
Views: 512 eClerxServices
Diversity in Education
 
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This presents diversity in education
Views: 833 Tara16100
Diversity Management Video 2010.wmv
 
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Diversity management
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Dr. Marion Keil synetz-internationalExpert Interview Diversity Management as a process.mp4
 
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synetz-international is the best adress for Global Excellence in Systemic Change Consulting. We are experts for the creation of international change architectures. This is how we support you in your international change management. We navigate your change process by conducting excellent international leadership development programs and performance improvement of your remote teams. Dr. Marion Keil is CEO of synetz-international and talks in this expert interview about Diversity Management For more infromation go to www.synetz-international.com
Views: 568 systemicexcellence
Technology Management Program UCSB: Innovation Strategy
 
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Alexander Manu is a strategic innovation practitioner, international lecturer and author. He works with executive teams in Fortune 500 companies in industries as diverse as consumer packaged goods, media, advertising, mobile communications and manufacturing. In his client and research work, Alexander is involved in transforming organizations by exploring and defining new competitive spaces, the development of new strategic business competencies and creation of imaginative innovation methods. He believes that the exploration of possibility requires imagination as a prerequisite for strategic change and innovation. Series: Technology Management Program [9/2010] [Business] [Show ID: 18597]
KM Culture in Geo Dispersed Organizations
 
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Ryan Scott of eClerx Services asks Stefan Lafloer how geographically spread organizations can mitigate the risk of a KM practice failing in light of diverse cultures and work practices. According to Stefan, one of the first things to realize is that any organization's culture consist of a set of mini-cultures. And so, Stefan believes that in a multi-cultural setting, the key to success is organizational commitment and a common structure that can be regionally / functionally customized. He then goes on to elaborate that the fundamentals and processes of capturing, sharing and dissemination and also the tools and workflows should be similar, however, the drivers, success metrics etc can be customized to departmental needs.
Views: 276 eClerxServices
Lec-35 Organizational development
 
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Lecture series on Management Science by Prof.Anuradha Sharma, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
Views: 3140 nptelhrd
Orsini Healthcare- Leadership Summit 2010 Video
 
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For over 25 years, Orsini Healthcare has been delivering superior healthcare services. As a faith-based healthcare provider, Orsini is uniquely committed to improve patients' quality of life. Our comprehensive, clinically driven, disease state management programs concentrating in the areas of respiratory care, diabetic patient management, wound care and integrated pharmacy services makes us one of the most diverse and experienced organizations in the industry. With a proactive and collaborative approach, we develop programs and systems which improve patient outcomes. This video introduces you to Orsini Healthcare's founder and President, Tony Orsini and gives you a glimpse of what it's like working in a faith-based, Christian organization. Take a look at what makes Orsini Healthcare stand out from the rest. It is our mission to act Justly, love Mercy, and walk Humbly with our God. We hope you enjoy.
Views: 1951 OrsiniHealthcare
Joe Gerstandt - Business Case for Diversity Part 2
 
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The "Next Generation Diversity" workshop took place on Wednesday, January 28, 2010 in the Kelly Conference Center at Iowa Health Des Moines. Over 100 participants attended the workshop. Joe Gerstandt presented a new framework for understanding diversity and made a strong business case for why and how diversity can be used to drive innovation and success in corporations, organizations, and personal networks. Diversity and inclusion have always been important, but because of the way business is changing, they are becoming critical aspects of how business gets done. As 2010 begins, we hit the "re-set" button on the diversity and inclusion conversation and recalibrated our approach. This engaging and interactive workshop provided participants with a deep-dive examination of diversity and inclusion and what they mean to the success of our organizations and communities today. This workshop was presented by the Central Iowa Society of Human Resource Management's Diversity Committee and was facilitated by Joe Gerstandt, a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and blogger. Joe works with Fortune 500 corporations, small non-profits, and everything in between. A strong voice for next generation diversity and inclusion work, he helps organizations truly understand and benefit from diversity and inclusion. For more information about Joe, visit his site www.ourtimetoact.com.
Views: 1448 mxstone
Freeman, a public policy student, talks about diversity of opinions at CEU
 
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Freeman Fox moved to Budapest with his wife and decided to take up a public policy program here at Central European University. He's relished in the diversity of his class, with students across the socioeconomic, geographic, and ideological spectrum. He's looking forward to bringing his work in public policy to a place like the United Nations where he can help the world from a policy perspective. Learn more about Freeman and our other students at http://www.ceu.hu.
Michelle Cederberg - Helping Individuals and Organizations Do MORE With Less
 
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As a recognized life balance strategist and motivation expert Michelle Cederberg challenges her audiences to take realistic steps toward more of the things we all want - better life balance, time for health and stress management and more free time. Michelle's diverse experiences as a personal trainer, college educator, fitness club coordinator, fitness coach, and business owner have served her well in her speaking career and messages of life balance. Through her powerful keynotes, seminars, and coaching she helps people overcome big challenges through a start small solution that really works! http://www.speakers.ca/cederberg_michelle.html This video is brought to you by Speaker's Spotlight - http://www.speakers.ca - North America's leading speakers' bureau. Book Michelle Cederberg as a keynote speaker for your next event by contacting: [email protected]
Views: 120 Speakers' Spotlight
Diverse Teams At Work: Capitalizing on the Power of Diversity
 
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In today's complex and pluralistic world, where teams are seldom homogeneous, workers often come with different values, norms, languages and points of view. View complete video online at: http://www.trainerstoolchest.com/show_product.php?idnum=437 Each person on a team has a unique, four-layer diversity filter that impacts how they behave or react to others on the team. Your own filter colors you opinions about and attitudes toward others. It is these attitudes and assumptions about others who are different from us that often form barriers to productive work relationships and effective teamwork.
Views: 4495 trainerstoolchest
Tony Anderson- Motivating, Developing, and Coaching Diverse Teams (Segment III)
 
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Tony Anderson, Vice Chair and Managing Partner of the Midwest Area Anthony "Tony" Anderson is the Vice Chair and Midwest Area Managing Partner of Ernst & Young, a global leader in professional services with worldwide annual revenues of $16.9 billion. A 30-year veteran of Ernst & Young, Mr. Anderson is based in the firm's Chicago office. Mr. Anderson serves as the Senior Advisory partner on several clients, including Aon, McDonald's, Whirlpool, and Target. Ernst & young is a member of Chicago United and is a true partner in building inclusion in the workplace. Here Tony Anderson describes Ernst & Young's program for developing diverse teams and its impact on the individuals and the company.
Views: 2290 ChicagoUnitedWebTV
Ratna Omidvar - Why you need diverse leadership
 
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DiverseCity onBoard connects qualified candidates from racially and ethnically diverse communities with governance positions in agencies, boards, commissions and non profit organizations across the GTA. DiverseCity onBoard is part of DiverseCity: The Greater Toronto Leadership Project, a three-year partnership between Maytree and the Toronto City Summit Alliance that aims to transform the leadership landscape by enabling a new group of diverse leaders to emerge. http://maytree.com/divcity/onboard
Views: 402 MaytreeToronto
Organisational strategies and practices aimed at building a more diverse workforce_9/11/2010
 
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Organisational strategies and practices aimed at building a more diverse workforce: a focus on women in ITEC Judith Glover and Christina Evans, Roehampton University, UK
classroom organization
 
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Workshop highlights, ideas and samples of final project.
Views: 2161 hajnabatizy
Dr. Sharonne Hayes named Mayo Clinic director of diversity
 
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Dr. Sharonne Hayes recently was named Mayo Clinic director for diversity, a new role where she will lead diversity activities throughout Mayo Clinic and report directly to Dr. John Noseworthy, Mayo Clinic president & CEO. Diversity is critical to Mayo Clinics short and long-term success, said Dr. Noseworthy when he announced the new role to Mayo Clinic staff. Diverse organizations make better decisions, and we need to increase our diversity to create the best environment for patients. Dr. Hayes will work with Mayo leaders at all campuses to create and implement an overall institutional diversity plan. She has long been an advocate for women's health, for women in health care, and other issues of diversity in medicine. A consultant in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, Dr. Hayes is director of the Women's Heart Clinic in Rochester, Minn., a member of the Diversity Subcommittee and the Women's Health Subcommittee of the Clinical Practice Committee in Rochester. She also is a member of the Board of Directors of Womenheart: The National Coalition of Women With Heart Disease, is a member of the Women in Cardiology Committee of the American Heart Association, and serves as the medical director for the SagePlus Program at Hawthorne Learning Center in Rochester. She will work closely with Linda Matti, the administrative leader for diversity, to provide leadership for diversity efforts across Mayo Clinic. In this video, Dr. Hayes dicusses her new role.
Views: 1164 Mayo Clinic
MOTIVATING A MULTICULTURAL WORKFORCE.m4v
 
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Managing People at Work Project - B.Solved promotional video 2010
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Columbia | SIPA International Fellows Program
 
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The International Fellows Program is a two-semester seminar open to students of all graduate degree programs at Columbia University. The diverse perspectives and professional backgrounds that Fellows bring to the program enrich their year-long common enterprise. All Fellows receive a stipend and study a curriculum with two goals -- to examine the origins of the current international order, in which the United States has for decades played the leading role, and to look ahead to the new world that will eventually take its place, dominated by a larger number of actors, new problems, and approaches to problem-solving that have yet to be defined. Weekly meetings of the International Fellows Program are supplemented by study trips to Washington, D.C. and the United Nations, where Fellows have extraordinary access to senior policymakers, diplomats, legislators, journalists, and leaders of non-governmental organizations. http://sipa.columbia.edu/ifp
Views: 10421 Columbia SIPA
SINGAPORE, SIM: SIM Global Education International Students
 
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Title: SINGAPORE, SIM: SIM Global Education International Students. Who We Are - SIM Global Education (SIM GE) offers high quality academic programmes in partnership with established international universities and institutions from the US, UK, Australia and Switzerland. Our diverse suite of more than 50 full-time and part-time academic programmes at postgraduate, undergraduate, diploma and certificate levels makes us one of the largest and most comprehensive private education and training institutions in Singapore. Our enrolment size of 19,500 students includes a growing pool of international students from 40 countries all over the world. SIM GE is one of four core businesses under the SIM Group, which includes SIM University (UniSIM), SIM Professional Development and SIM Membership Services. With 46 years of history, we leverage on the resources of our sister entities and the strength of our global network with reputable universities to provide leading edge education, in a learning environment that gives students plenty of exposure to the business world. The SIM GE brand stands for our firm commitment towards a smart education driven by industry-relevant learning. It represents our rich history, global reputation, diversity of programmes, competent faculty and superb infrastructure as the premier organisation for higher education and adult learning in Singapore and the region.
Views: 22486 EDUWORLD
How can diversity strengthen service?
 
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United 2 Heal is an interfaith humanitarian organization that collects and redistributes surplus medical supplies to hospitals in need around the world. Moustafa is an Interfaith Youth Core Fellows Alliance Alum.
Views: 755 KindlingGroup
Employee Value Proposition Video - How to Attract and Retain the Best People
 
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EMPLOYER BRANDING http://www.strategistgroup.com.au Arguably, at no time in history has the attraction, communication and employee engagement of people been more important to organisational competitiveness and growth. So as an employer what is YOUR value proposition to your employees? How do you go about building an AWESOME employer brand that will outstrip your competition in the race for top talent? The Strategist Group is a specialist consultancy working with clients to build high performance organisations through their social and human capital. Passionate about what we do and how we do it, we are always looking for new and improved ways to get results. Our experience across Australia and New Zealand covers a diverse range of industries including Resources, IT, Engineering, Technical and Professional Services, and communities, such as sport, disability advocacy and support services, and health promotion. The Strategist Group were responsible for the development of the Certificate IV in Recruitment Sourcing, Australia's only accredited qualification in the field of strategic sourcing. The course competency framework covers proactive sourcing, employer brand development and communications, social media and online search amongst other important aspects of the field of strategic sourcing. http://www.strategistgroup.com.au.
Views: 92558 StrategistGroup
The Five O'Clock Club : Business Acumen and the Changing Role of HR
 
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Great change means great opportunity. These are exciting times for HR. Now that the economy is on the verge of recovery, HR can determine what needs to be done, drive the required change, and make sure everyone from the most junior staff to Board members have bought into the new direction, understand why it's important and know what to do. Many leading-edge human resources executives are true business partners reporting to a CEO and working closely with the Board. However, according to a recent survey (Accord Management Systems, Thousand Oaks, CA), five hundred CEOs indicated their disappointment in the HR departments because, in their opinion, HR rarely brings a strategic initiative to the "C-Suite". But HR is in the best position to initiate strategy because HR is in charge of people. Selecting the right talent for the right positions moves the company in the right direction. People are a company's largest expense. Convincing others on the management team to do the right thing regarding people is HR's job. HR should not be the last to know, but should be initiating moves, as many HR people are. Our panelists will address why the opportunity exists and the steps that still need to be taken. Come away inspired and prodded by the informative, prestigious and diverse panel. Our team includes: • Diana Lee, former Senior Vice President, MTV Networks/Viacom, has the perspective that a golden opportunity exists for HR because of the recent failures of businesses and organizations. The near onset of a global depression is forcing businesses to look inwardly and become more reflective. What went wrong? What can be done better? The climate is ripe for HR leaders to take a more activist role in the company. Not only should HR press on with its agenda in talent management, leadership development, diversity and inclusion, etc. but also look at new opportunities where it traditionally has not been involved. How can HR expertise in job design and staffing help with the make up and effectiveness of Boards of Directors? Diana discusses this in addition to how HR can get in their own way while trying to accomplish this work. • Marc Hodak is the founder of Hodak Value Advisors, LLC. Mr. Hodak has advised dozens of companies, public and private, on value-based management. Marc argues tha, most corporations, despite their lip service to the contrary, have given up on HR as a genuine source of competitive advantage. The CEO typically looks to the chief of marketing or sales, top deal makers, or the CFO for strategic initiatives. HR is relegated to finding ways of achieving strategic goals at a minimum cost, or as a place to cut costs when things get tight. It doesn't have to be that way. HR can drive investment in communicating the link between activities and the value-creation results that the CEO and board hold dear. HR can develop pay structures that drive teamwork, and give the firm a competitive advantage. But to become a genuine strategic partner, HR will need to learn the language of value creation. Marc will demonstrate how "best practice" in HR is often just a code for common practice, and how to adopt and instill an 'owners mindset' that enables HR executives to champion experiments in value creation for their organizations. • Marsha Haygood is president of StepWise Associates. She is a motivational speaker and a certified coach with The Five O'Clock Club. She is also author of the forthcoming book, "The Little Black Book of Success: Laws of leadership for Black Women." We all remember that Fast Company article (July 2005), "Why I Hate HR." Yes, HR is often thought of as the department that sits on the sidelines waiting to be invited to the table, and then offers "feel good" measures rather than strategies when they are asked. HR professionals need to work continually to change the perception of HR. Marsha will present strategies that can be used to demonstrate alignment with the overall business strategy of the organization. It's time to move out of your comfort zone and Marsha will show you how to do it!
Views: 3227 GetFive
JacBee - Marketing & Event Management
 
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JacBee are an experienced event management company covering all aspects of event planning, organisation, marketing and delivery. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do and we pride ourselves on excellent customer service and communication. We take a professional and systematic approach, drawing on our industry knowledge and experience to deliver high-quality events from concept to conclusion for a diverse range of clients throughout the UK and Europe.
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Rady Full-Time MBA Experience
 
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UC San Diego is world renowned for innovative discovery and groundbreaking research. Business leaders partnered with the university in creating a management school to educate ethical leaders for innovation-driven organizations. Transform your thinking and gain the skills to move great ideas to the marketplace. At the Rady School of Management anything is possible. Join us.
Teamwork Empowers Leaders.MP4
 
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click here http://www.Elaine4Success.com Making Money Working from Home or working a job, you must have teamwork to be successful. Amazon called the management team into the office at the beginning of the recession and informed them, There is a big recession coming. Lets miss it. The mastermind session began immediately. Net result was that while everyone else was whining about a reduction in sales, Amazons profits were up. Team work saved the bottom line. Teamwork is essential to the effective management of any organization. Select a diverse group with a common goal. Assign the appropriate role to the best candidate for each duty. Define the responsibilities and parameters. Train the team members; design a specific workable plan and use appropriate follow up checks. Maintain open communication and mutual respect. This provides a general outline; however, for individualized specific teamwork plans, join me at www.Elaine4Success.com.
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Lec-17 Organizations
 
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Lecture series on Management Science by Prof.Anuradha Sharma, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Lec-20 Some Management Concepts-Part-3
 
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Lecture series on Management Science by Prof.Anuradha Sharma, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Leading People and Teams
 
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Video production by http://kiln.com.au/ Leading and coordinating groups and teams is an increasingly important capability in the modern organisation. This course is focused upon theories, models and practical frameworks for reflecting on the effective and strategic leadership of teams. Activities and course discussions begin with a focus upon the role of individual differences in group processes and progress to a discussion of team dynamics and the interplay between individual and team factors within organisations. The approach taken will provide opportunities for participants to actively reflect on their current practice and assist them to integrate and practically apply fresh insights to improve their leadership effectiveness.
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Global HR Forum 2010: Open and Ready for Tomorrow
 
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Preparing for future challenges with education and talent The "Global HR Forum 2010" where representatives of global businesses, universities, governments, and international organizations will gather together to discuss global cooperation and fostering of talents will be held on October 26 ~ 28 at Sheraton Grande Walker Hill Hotel. The theme of this year's Global HR Forum -- which is to be held for the fifth time under the slogan "Global Talent, Global Prosperity" -- is "Open and Ready for Tomorrow." More than 200 world-renowned great scholars from 48 countries all over the world will participate in more than 60 panel sessions and special lectures to present keen insights and words of wisdom on new supranational agendas to be faced by the world centered on G20. During this forum, (former) Federal Reserve Board (FRB) Chairman Alan Greenspan, who is a living witness to modern capitalism and is referred to as the "president of economy," a "god of economy," a "magician that controls the world economy," and a "helmsman of the American economy," will participate in the keynote discussion together with Professor Jang Ha-Jun of the department of economics of the University of Cambridge to discuss everything that has happened so far, such as the sub-prime and credit crunch that triggered the world economic crisis, rapid food and oil price fluctuations, global inflations and financial crises, moral hazards, and double-dip, including how these should be considered and if there are ways to solve these problems. In addition, the following will grace the event as speakers at the opening general assembly to present the blueprints of the new world after the crisis and resulting global leaderships in the areas of politics, economy, society, culture, and education: Planet Finance Chairman Jacques Attali, who is one of France's best-known living intellectuals and a director of world knowledge; Professor Robert Alexander Mundell of Columbia University, a 1999 Nobel prize awardee in economics and the so-called Father of Euro; Professor Wim Kosters of economics, ruhr-university of bochum, who is a great scholar in the areas of currencies and finance representing Germany; Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer of Stanford University, who is spreading the human-oriented management philosophy as a guru in the area of personnel management and organizations; Head Master Tony Little of Eaton College, who took revolutionary steps to reform education as the head of the prestigious private school with 570 years' history in the United Kingdom, and; President Joseph Polisi of Julliard School of Music who is leading the world's best cradle for classical music and an academy of elites in the international music world. In particular, this year's forum -- in linkage with the G20 summit meeting -- will implement diverse cooperation projects so that the experience of Korea, which had realized economic growth through talents, can serve as the bridge that connects between G20 advanced countries and G77 developing countries. With the financial support of World Bank and UNESCO, the "UNESCO APIED educational minister and vice-minister meeting" to be attended by more than 400 high-ranking government officials and relevant experts from 36 countries in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific regions, a "developing countries' policy decision maker training program," and a "TVET (technical & vocational education & training) workshop for experts in developing countries" will be operated. In the "workshop for predicting the future," distinguished futurologists including Chairman Walter Desco of Idea Lab and Chairman Michael Jackson of Shaping Tomorrow will give presentations on the smart economy & technology, ecosystems, future growth industries & business, and future macro science to provide business opportunities that will shape the next 20 years. In addition, to provide the next-generation global talents of Korea -- who will lead the future -- with opportunities to become future leaders who will lead changes and innovations through meetings and communication with world-renowned great scholars, a "meeting between the 100 talent prize winners of Korea and great scholars" and the "100 Global HR Forum fellowship program" will be held. Cultivating and nurturing talents are a key element in enhancing the competitiveness of the country and businesses as well as individuals and pursuing the mutual prosperity of mankind. This forum is expected to make history in the areas of global mutual prosperity, global educational systems, and talent fostering. For the detailed contents of the programs, refer to the homepage of the forum (www.ghrforum.org). Hosted by: Korea Economic Daily, Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology of Korea, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training,
Classroom Teaching in 2030 - Willingham
 
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It seems self-evident that we can improve schooling if we tune education to the students' minds. But what about teachers? Teachers are expected to write curricula, write lesson plans, cope with enormous student diversity, and improve their teaching although they are given no opportunity to practice. This essay argues that those place unreasonable cognitive demands on teachers and pose a formidable problem in American education.
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Effective Team Work & Collaboration
 
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Subtitles Enabled - English & Spanish Download of Transcription and Masters' Dissertation at: http://eca.academia.edu/aforviz/Masters'-Dissertation My Website: http://seamlessworld.wordpress.com/ I'd love to keep track on how the video being used, so if you use it in a regular basis or have it as a resource for training, please just get in touch and let me know the a bit about the context, as I keep on doing related work. Thanks! @Artmadillo Blog: http://seamlessworld.wordpress.com/ CC-BY-NC-SA The video "Effective collaboration in multi-disciplinary teams" by Angela Fernandez Orviz is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 3.0 Unported License.
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