Book Reviews: Diversity

Finding Diversity: A Directory of Recruiting Resources, by Luby Ismail and Alex Kronemer. Society for Human Resource Management Book Store.
A very complete reference to publications, web sites, conferences, career fairs, and other resources that list job openings or accept job ads, broken down by job categories, media, name, geographical area, and language. Highly recommended. 132 pp. 2002.

Harvard Business Review on Managing Diversity, Harvard Business School Press.
Eight outstanding articles selected from past editions of the HBR. Includes articles on a new paradigm for managing diversity; mentoring minorities; shattering the glass ceiling; recruiting women. Each article begins with an executive summary. Recommended. 222 pp. 2002.

The Inclusion Breakthrough: Unleashing the Real Power of Diversity, by Frederick A. Miller and Judith H. Katz. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.
Explores how to make diversity and inclusion a key factor in an organization's competitive strategy. It discusses the five key facets of an inclusion breakthrough: leadership and workforce competencies; enabling policies and practices; leveraging a diverse workforce; delivering enhanced value to the marketplace; and community and social responsibility. It addresses two key issues: comprehensiveness and sustainability. The book brings the subject of diversity to a new level of importance. 216 pp. 2002.