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the condition or result of being changeable

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Using independent industry analysis from sources such as TNS Media Intelligence, as well as data provided by the companies surveyed for our diversity list, we identify the 10 companies that are doing the most to target dollars to black consumers and other ethnic markets through black and ethnic media (see "10 Best in Marketing Diversity").
Diversity-competent institutions include diversity progress in the annual evaluation of chairs, deans, vice presidents, and unit leaders.
Many diversity strategies fail because they are not integrated into a broader managerial approach that considers where the organization is and where it wants to be in the future.
In fact, the most successful firms are already adept at using diversity and cultural differences as tools to contribute to their bottom line rather than as obstacles.
Yamashita, former president of the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA), has been active in many areas of the American Library Association including Council and member of the Committee on Minority Concerns and Social Diversity.
Bowen and Bok's second major set of arguments is that racial preferences are necessary to achieve diversity at selective universities--and that no alternative program will produce sufficient racial diversity.
Participating on an AICPA cross-functional team to determine the necessity of diversity training.
The role of change in managing diversity and the need to create an organization comfortable with change.
It provides a brief historical context of one particular institution in Northern Ireland and reviews some of the efforts being made to create an ethos of diversity and inclusion through developing an approach to the study and research of religion that is inclusive, acknowledges difference and seeks to deal with it positively and constructively.
If anything is needed now, it is to move beyond the institutional level of acceptance to broaden awareness and to celebrate sexual diversity on our campuses in much the same way that we celebrate our remarkable ethnic and cultural diversity" (Toronto Star, Oct.
Whether the diversity industry exploits racial problems without advancing substantive change is a still relevant question, especially as the industry's influence spreads.
Records from fishing boats highlight four areas showing unusual diversity in sharks, tuna, billfishes, and other big predators, says Boris Worm of the Institute for Marine Science in Kiel, Germany.
A lot of companies talk about barriers, such as the possibility of needing to "lower standards" to meet diversity goals.
Among the many skills that social workers need to possess, competence related to culture and diversity is of fundamental importance.
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