Four encourage minority employees at Inland Steel to more aggressive affirmative action and diversity efforts to initiate their businesses. The “Gang of Four”, as they call themselves, a white general manager ask to get them in the promotion of increased opportunities for minorities and women. This case focuses on the variety, can strategies for social change in organizations and how managers react to grassroots campaigns. It can be used in organizational behavior and ethics courses

Four encourage minority employees at Inland Steel to more aggressive affirmative action and diversity efforts to initiate their businesses. The “Gang of Four”, as they call themselves, a white general manager ask to get them in the promotion of increased opportunities for minorities and women. This case focuses on the variety, can strategies for social change in organizations and how managers react to grassroots campaigns. It can be used in organizational behavior and ethics courses
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Kirk O. Hanson,
Stephen Weiss
Source: Business Enterprise Trust
5 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 1992. Prod #: 992006-PDF-ENG
Inland Steel Industries (A) HBR case solution