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A Tale of "O" on being different in an organization
A Tale of O on being different in an organization Author:Rosabeth Moss Kanter with Barry A stein There are two kinds of characters in this story, the people found in very large numbers (the X's) and the few people who are "different" (the O's). If you've ever felt different from the people around you for any reason (sex, race, job or technical speciallty, age, size) you've noticed the situation. — What pressures do O's feel? — Why are the X'... more »s uncomfortable?
What are the traps for the O's?
A "Tale of "O" is a stikingly preceptive picture of what happens to any kind of different or new person in the job. Cadidly and creatively, it shows the best way to manage diversity in any organization.
Read "A Tale of "O" and find out for yourself!« less