Globalization of U.S. Diversity

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Globalizing Diversity: The Two Dilemmas Facing Global Corporations, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. GROVEWELL, 2008. [This copyrighted article is GROVEWELL's definitive statement on the ethical and practical dilemmas of sending abroad our Made-in-the-USA diversity policies and practices.]

Adapting to Difference, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. "Catalyzing," the blog of Catalyst.org, August 2013. [Answers three questions about adaptation during encounters with global diversity at home and abroad.]

Gaining a Critical Edge in Mastering Globalization, by C. Grove et al. Leadership in Action [Center for Creative Leadership], Vol. 27, No. 2, June 2007. [Addresses the usefulness of diversity and interculturalism for business leaders trying to master globalization.]

Diversity, Intercultural Services, and Globalization: Rethinking Roles, Goals, and Strategic Opportunities, by C. Grove, W. Hallowell, K. Molloy, & S.M. Robinson. GROVEWELL, 2007.

Asian Assignees with American Co-Workers: Predictable Problems, Potential Solutions, by C. Grove, W. Hallowell, & Reiko Makiuchi. International HR Journal, Fall 1998.

Diversity & Inclusion in Corporate America: An Explanation, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. GROVEWELL, 1998. [Written for businesspeople from abroad.]

Does Diversity Travel Well? It Depends..., by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. Mosaics [Society for Human Resource Management], serialized in May & July 1996. [Discusses the globalization of diversity.]

Diversity in Business: What it Is. Why it's Useful. How it Works, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. Mosaics [Society for Human Resource Management], serialized in May, July, & September 1995.

Can Diversity Initiatives Be Exported?, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. HR Magazine, March 1995.