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The Black Manager: Making It in the Corporate World.

Make a place on your bookshelf right next to The Practice of Management by Peter Drucker for The Black Manager. This revised and updated edition of the 1982 classic is full of strategies, models, common sense and even worksheets. And it rings with authenticity: The authors spent years in the corporate world and thousands of hours of research.

Without a doubt the most value-added portion of this book that sets it apart from all similar books is the last chapter. examines diversity, the new work force and corporate culture. Written from both the employee's and organization's point of view, the practical applications are illustrated by checklists, graphs and suggestions for managing diversity effectively including pointers for retaining and promoting minorities.
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Author:Randall, Iris
Publication:Black Enterprise
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Jun 1, 1992
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