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Introduction

  • Carlos Tasso Eira de Aquino
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Abstract

More and more the topic of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) has an ever-prominent role. Companies and organizations all over the world are constantly searching for professionals who are fully prepared to address all multi-cultural, multi-generational, and other challenges created by a diverse workforce driving our global marketplace. This book examines the role of corporate culture in the execution of successful strategies for diversity and innovation. It explores how information is communicated across real organizations and how diversity impacts the effectiveness of the communication. The goal is to provide the reader with relevant information, experience, and insight that can couple communication and leadership to improve organizational performance in diverse organizations.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carlos Tasso Eira de Aquino
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  1. 1.Campus, Director, Capital Area CampusAna G. Mendez University SystemWheatonUSA

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