June 11, 2010
Readings/ Class Discussion
The beginnings of workforce diversity were after the 1965 Civil rights act had passed. It
started in that era with President Johnson in office and the actions o
1. why are we studying diversity metaphors?
a. Melting pot= oldest, emphasizes that all of the race, ethnicities, and
cultures melt together
b. Tapestry= gmas quilt. Everything is sewn together and blends in.
nothing stands out.
c. Garden salad= you can o
Journal #1 9/8/15
On the first day of class, I really enjoyed the clapping icebreaker game. It taught
me how much my fellow classmates have in common with each other and with me!
However, my favorite part about this class session was actually the Dennys v
Wat Paknam: Buddhist Meditation Center
The first question to this assignment is the date and address of where the
experience took place. I attended this center on Wednesday, October 14th at 10:30am. The
address to this place is 8500 Plumbrook Road, Sterli
Running Head: PWC: A LEADER IN DIVERSITY
PwC: A Leader in Diversity
PWC: A LEADER IN DIVERSITY
The purpose of the current paper is to review PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc.s (PwC) diversity
programs and their quality, accordi
HRD 367 Final Exam Study Guide
4 levels of the Mor Barak model of diversity:
1. Inclusion and Diversity within Work Organizations
a. Employee resource groups
b. Global head of diversity and inclusion, Mark King
2. Inclusion and corporate-community collabo