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Bedarfsanalyse und Implementierung von Diversity Management in internationalen Unternehmen
Bedarfsanalyse und Implementierung von Diversity Management in internationalen Unternehmen
This dissertation thesis about diversity management consists of three articles. The first article defines the terms diversity and diversity management and introduces four diversity dimensions: age, disability, gender and nationality/culture. The second article shows from a universal point of view the implementation and institutionalization of diversity management. The third article focuses on one specific diversity dimension which is nationality/culture and analyzes executives’ recruiting decisions of hiring culturally diverse applicants. For the first and third article, data was collected in a large automotive company. The second article is a benchmark study of 22 large companies in Germany. Overall, 54 qualitative interviews were conducted and analyzed with qualitative content analysis.
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Quach, Sophie
2017
English
Universitätsbibliothek der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Quach, Sophie (2017): Bedarfsanalyse und Implementierung von Diversity Management in internationalen Unternehmen = An analysis of implementing diversity management in multinational companies. Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
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This dissertation thesis about diversity management consists of three articles. The first article defines the terms diversity and diversity management and introduces four diversity dimensions: age, disability, gender and nationality/culture. The second article shows from a universal point of view the implementation and institutionalization of diversity management. The third article focuses on one specific diversity dimension which is nationality/culture and analyzes executives’ recruiting decisions of hiring culturally diverse applicants. For the first and third article, data was collected in a large automotive company. The second article is a benchmark study of 22 large companies in Germany. Overall, 54 qualitative interviews were conducted and analyzed with qualitative content analysis.