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 Last update: 13/10/2017

     
     
 
   
     

Diversity in Organizations

 
           
   

 

Monday November 6, 2017 - Solbosch Campus, Avenue F. D. Roosevelt n°42, 1050 Brussels, R42 building, 2nd floor, room 110 (R42.2.110Centre Emile Bernheim, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

 

Participation is free of charge but you need to register your attendance by email to Aurélie Rousseaux, aurousse [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be before October 31, 2017

 

Managing diversity in organizations is one of the main challenges for managers and policymakers. This conference aims to address multiple facets of diversity (e.g., cultural, gender, knowledge) and how they impact various organizational outcomes (e.g., well-being, creativity, innovation). The take-home message is that diversity is both a challenge and an asset for organizations and society

 
 

Program

 
     

09:00

Welcome coffee (atrium)

 

   

09:30-10:15

Pinar Célik (Université libre de Bruxelles), “A values approach to diversity: Could experiencing value conflict boos creativity?”

 

   

10:15–11:00 

Michael Bender (Tilburg University), “Antecedents of job crafting: A relationship between culture and creativity?”

 

   

11:00-11:15

Break

 

   

11:15-12:00 

Kim Sun Young (IESEG School of Management), “The diversity – morality link”

 

   

12:00-12:45

David Bourguignon (Université de Lorraine), “Diversity policies, prejudice, and well-being of employees in Luxembourgish organizations”

 

   

12:45-14:00 

Lunch (atrium)

 
     

14:00-14:45 

Seval Gündemir (University of Amsterdam), “Understanding how shared impact affects women's and racial minorities' workplace perceptions and behavior”

 

   

14:45-15:30

Martin Storme (Université Paris Descartes), “Cultural intelligence and expatriate cross-cultural adjustment and performance: A meta-analysis”

 

   

15:30-16:15 

Claudia Toma (Université libre de Bruxelles), “Self-other asymmetry in valuing diversity: Implications for theory and practice”

 

   

16:15

Drink (atrium)