Effective Multicultural Teams: Theory and Practice (Advances by Claire B. Halverson, S. Aqeel Tirmizi

By Claire B. Halverson, S. Aqeel Tirmizi

This publication information the most up-tp-date theories for coping with multicultural groups then applies those theories for staff participants, managers, facilitators and leaders. It comprises practice-based examples, case reviews, exams and competencies.

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Your next boss is Japanese: Negotiating cultural change at a Western Massachusetts paper plant. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. Brett, J. Behfar, K. and Kern, C. (2006). Managing multicultural teams. Harvard Business Review. November, 1–8. , Wolff, S. (2001). Building the emotional intelligence of groups. Harvard Business Review, 79(3), 80–90. Gardenswartz, L. and Rowe, A. (2003). Diverse teams at work: Capitalizing on the power of diversity. Alexandria, VA: Society for Human Resources Management.

As part of its learning and monitoring activities, it regularly organizes evaluation missions. Let’s assume that RIDA is forming an evaluation mission to assess the five-year impact of a major regional development program in Indonesia. This particular mission is aimed at evaluating a project focusing on strengthening local governance. The team will pay close attention to gender equity, policy reforms, and participation and strengthening of civil society organizations. The evaluation team will consist of four members representing different nationalities, which will initiate and complete the assessment in a three-month period.

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