Diversity Is An Ethical Imperative For Any Organization

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a. Diversity is an ethical imperative for any organization; it is “A major local, national, and international challenge and an opportunity for every human being if we are to live in a peaceful and healthy world”. As a leading organization in the Healthcare industry, “The twenty-first century managers know that managing diversity is a key fundamental strategy to effectively manage employees to get results. Therefore, for the twenty-first century organization, the true sustainable advantages and a long-term competitive edge come from the success of each individual manager and employee within the organization” (Alexander, 2015 pg. 13). The case for diversity consists of diversity 's contribution to one or more of four factors. The four are, “increasing revenue or gross margin; enhancing compliance or reducing litigation risk; enhancing corporate goodwill (to become the "employer of choice);" and as part of tone at the top, when corporate leadership believes diversity is "the right thing to do." (Orenstein, 2005 pg. 22). The Bible says in Revelation 5:9, “And they sang a new song, saying: “You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased for God persons from every tribe and language and people and nation”. Diversity is the cornerstone to any company, organization or group; it can be applied to many aspects of businesses for example, "some executives were also found to take a holistic approach to diversity, making
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