Passed over for a seemingly well-deserved promotion? Fade into the background in the boardroom? The two cultural anthropologists and authors of the book Corporate Tribalism analyze why African-Americans have a more difficult time in the corporate environment than others. The authors argue that in some cases it has less to do with the quality of work or ideas, but more to do with the quantity of cultural differences that can keep some ethnic groups from relating to those in the mainstream.
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