The Challenges Of Diversity In Individual And Group Management
From the mid-1850s, Australian society has always been culturally heterogeneous (Wilkison & Cheng 1999), the degree of multiculturalism further required demographic management. …show more content…
Ensuring that members are all working towards the same objectives, is one of the main focus of modern HRM practices, the synergy of workers with the overall output of the organisation. Challenges of diversity management involving individual and group management can be congroup adaptability and flexibility in dealing with complex problems (Sommer, 2006) which can be achieved in numerous ways.
Managers the way of how individuals from different and similar social group categories (Kumar, 2012) are willing to form teams. Workplace diversity is viewed as a ‘Double-edge sword’ (Milliken and Martins, 1996) where some welcome diversity in their workplace as a force of creative and innovation while others describe diversity, in terms of observable attributes as difficulties involving communications and low cohesion due to cultural and language barriers, leading to high rate of turnover for organisations with poorly managed human resource