Organizational Learning and Diversity Management: Uncovering the Dominance of Whiteness in Organizations
This paper charts the development of an organizational learning framework to promote links with diversity management through an investigation of whiteness and white identities in the workplace.
||Organizational Learning, Diversity Management, Whiteness, White Identities, Institutionalised Racism
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.29-36.
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I am a white woman with ten years of employment experience in Social Work, which included the management of a young persons remand and challenging behaviour unit for a London Local Authority, working with clients and staff from diverse cultural backgrounds and life circumstances. The work necessitated the application of anti oppressive practice. During this employment, I acted as a Practice Teacher for students of the Dip. in Social Work who were on practice based placements within the residential home. Other employment experiences include; two years experience as a Project Evaluator and Consultant for a Mental Health project; University Lecturer for Birkbeck College, FCE, teaching the following courses; Self-Development for Managers, the Learning Organization, Social Psychology and Psychology. My Academic Background: BSc in Psychology at University of London and MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology at London School of Economics and Political Science; Currently pursuing a Ph. D. in Management Learning at Lancaster University Management School.
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