RACIAL DIVERSITY , BUSINESS STRATEGY , AND FIRM PERFORMANCE : A RESOURCE-BASED

@inproceedings{Tech2015RACIALD,
  title={RACIAL DIVERSITY , BUSINESS STRATEGY , AND FIRM PERFORMANCE : A RESOURCE-BASED},
  author={ORLANDO C. RICHARD Louisiana Tech},
  year={2015}
}
  • ORLANDO C. RICHARD Louisiana Tech
  • Published 2015
Although "valuing diversity" has become a watchword, field research on the impact of a culturally diverse workforce on organizational performance has not been forthcoming. Invoking a resource-based framework, in this study I examined the relationships among cultural (racial) diversity, business strategy, and firm performance in the banking industry. Racial diversity interacted with business strategy in determining firm performance measured in three different ways, as productivity, return on… CONTINUE READING
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