Book Review: Navigating Power

Gelaye Debebe: Navigating Power: Cross-Cultural Competence in Navajoland. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012. 167 pp. $60.00 / £37.95, hardback; $59.99 / £37.95, ebook. Read the review by David Morand of Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, published in the Administrative Science Quarterly September issue: Navigating Power examines factors precipitating the success of interorganizational coordination among culturally dissimilar … Continue reading Book Review: Navigating Power

The Diversity Challenge: Part 4 of 5

Editor’s note: Today we’re continuing our series on diversity, targeting specific questions to invite discussion and exploration of related topics. If you have a question that you’d like to see addressed, add it in the comments below! *** Part 4: What can organizations gain from the interactions of individuals in diverse groups? Gelaye Debebe, Professor … Continue reading The Diversity Challenge: Part 4 of 5