At Work, Cultural Bias Beats Out Good Intentions

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Executive Summary

Diana Jimeno-Ingrum, assistant professor of management, joined the faculty at the Mendoza College of Business in October 2008. The native of Lima, Peru, holds a Ph.D. in human resource management and industrial relations from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She conducts research on organizational behavior as well as innovation and creativity in organizations. A paper in which she is lead author, "Stereotypes of Latinos and Whites: Do them Guide Evaluations in Diverse Work Groups?" was recently accepted for publication in the Journal of Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. It includes some surprising findings about cultural biases.

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