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Bibliography/Sources


American Association of Advertising Agencies, Principles and Best Practices for Diversity and Inclusion in Advertising Agencies. American Institute for Managing Diversity

Department of Labor Statistics (2009). “Career Guide to Industries”

Diversity Inc.

Duffus, Lee (2004). The Personal Strategic Plan: A Tool for Career Planning and Advancement, International Journal of Management, 21(2), 144-148. Retrieved March 9, 2009 from ABI/Inform Global database.

Effron, Marc, Robert Gandossy, and Marshall Goldsmith (2003). Human Resources in the 21st Century. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

This book is a collection of chapters and essays from leaders in HR, with an organizational focus on how HR will deal with changing skill sets, economic climates, technological innovations, and other developments. Some authors suggest that HR as we know it today is dying, and that although HR activities will survive, HR departments will shrink and undergo major changes. Diversity Practices That Work: The American Worker Speaks. National Urban League.

Summary of nationwide survey of American workers regarding workplace diversity initiatives, followed by case studies of organizations that implemented specific diversity efforts and their results.

Erickson, Tamara and Lynda Gratton (2008) “What It Means to Work Here,” Harvard Business Review on Talent Management, Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Publishing.

Fineman, Michael and Elizabeth McGillivray (2008). “Middle Management Roadblock,” Diversity Executive. Retrieved from http://www.diversity-executive.com/article.php?article_id=330 on March 12, 2009.

Gaffney, Sylvia (2005). Career Development as a Retention and Succession Planning Tool. The Journal for Quality and Participation 28 (3), 7-10.

Hispanic Association for Corporate Responsibility

Holmes, Tyrone (2005). How to Connect Diversity to Performance. Performance Improvement, 44(5), 13-17.

Provides examples of SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound) for tying diversity programs to performance measures.

Leong, Frederick, ed. (1995). Career Development and Vocational Behavior of Racial and Ethnic Minorities. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Managing Your Career: Straight Talk From the World’s Top Business Leaders (2007). Lessons Learned Series. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.

National Urban League

Karsh, Brad Ad Age TalentWorks articles.

Roldan, Kenneth and Gary Stern (2006). Minority Rules: Turn Your Ethnicity into a Competitive Edge. HarperCollins.

Kenneth Roldan, CEO of a minority executive placement firm, offers advice to minority employees about investigating career tracks and successfully moving up the corporate ladder.

Rothwell, William, Robert Jackson, Shaun Knight, John Lindholm (2005). Career Planning and Succession Management: Developing Your Organization’s Talent – for Today and Tomorrow. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Six Steps to Success. Career Development eManual. Waterloo, Canada: University of Waterloo. Retrieved from http://www.cdm.uwaterloo.ca/steps.asp

Society for Human Resource Management

Society for Human Resource Management and Fortune magazine (2001). Impact of diversity initiatives on the bottom line. Alexandria, VA: Society for Human Resource Management.

Theoretical and research literature are summarized in this edited book, which also includes practical applications for career counseling. Three chapters focus specifically on diversity (women, racial and ethnic minorities, and international cross-cultural).

This theory- and research-based book consists of self-contained chapters on career counseling issues with Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans. Rather than generalize about cultural differences, the authors present research-based information about groups, and suggestions for application of findings to the counseling setting. Chapter 11 gives a quick summary of multicultural issues to which counselors (and presumably advertising agency managers) should be sensitive.

Thomas, David and Monica Higgins (1996). “Mentoring and the Boundaryless Career: Lessons from the Minority Experience,” The Boundaryless Career: a New Employment

Principle for a New Organizational Era, Michael Arthur and Denise Rousseau, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.

Van de Ven, Frans (2007). “Fulfilling the Promise of Career Development: Getting to the ‘Heart’ of the Matter,” Organization Development Journal, 25(3), P45-50. Retrieved March 9, 2009 from ABI/INFORM Global database.

This international journal article details a program for career development by Johnson & Johnson Global Pharmaceutical Supply Group talent developers. Their program centers on the critical Career Development Discussion between employer and manager, a conversation that requires input from the employee, other managers, and various information sources in the company. The program focuses on maximum benefit for both the individual employee and the organization.

Walsh, Bruce and Samuel Osipow, eds. (1995). Handbook of Vocational Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

www.bsr.org

Other:

•Human resource professionals learn about the career-mapping issues faced by various ethnic and racial minorities.