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Management article
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Reference no. U0804A
Authors: Andrew Park
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 2008

Abstract

In today''s global marketplace, the smartest organizations recognize that workforce diversity can be a source of competitive strength. In this article, thought leaders and executives suggest four practices that will help you increase diversity in your ranks and leverage it to spot new market opportunities and make the most of them. Learn how industry giants IBM and Merck harnessed their employees'' diverse backgrounds and perspectives to gain a competitive edge.

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Abstract

In today''s global marketplace, the smartest organizations recognize that workforce diversity can be a source of competitive strength. In this article, thought leaders and executives suggest four practices that will help you increase diversity in your ranks and leverage it to spot new market opportunities and make the most of them. Learn how industry giants IBM and Merck harnessed their employees'' diverse backgrounds and perspectives to gain a competitive edge.

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