Changing Race Relations in Management.
YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CT SCHOOL OF ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
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During the period from July 1982 through July 1986, the study examined the processes and outcomes associated with a project to improve race relations among managers within an American corporation of more than 10,000 employees and 3,000 managers. Strongly rooted in intergroup theory, the intervention program consisted of several components designed to effect both the distribution of influence among black and white managers and their understanding of race relations.
- Sociology and Law
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations