SWSMGT355_Feb-09-2011 - Class Roadmap 1 Economic...

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Unformatted text preview: Class Roadmap 1 Economic implications of religions and ethical belief systems Susann Rasch, PhD THE DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE Feb-09-2011 2 World Religions - Quiz Susann Rasch, PhD THE DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE Feb-09-2011 The religion with the largest following in the world is ______ a) Christianity b) Islam c) Hinduism d) Buddhism 3 World Religions - Quiz Susann Rasch, PhD THE DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE Feb-09-2011 The religion with the largest following in the world is ______ a) Christianity b) Islam c) Hinduism d) Buddhism 4 Discussing Your Homework Susann Rasch, PhD THE DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE Feb-09-2011 What impact may the introduced religions have on doing business? What does the US-American society teach/believe about other religions? How should management accommodate a variety of conflicting spiritual perspectives in the workplace? How can a manager turn the accommodation of employees' religious and/or spiritual perspectives into a competitive business advantage? TASK FOR YOU 5 Discussing Your Homework Susann Rasch, PhD THE DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE Feb-09-2011 What impact may religions have on doing business?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course MGT 355 taught by Professor Rausch during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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SWSMGT355_Feb-09-2011 - Class Roadmap 1 Economic...

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