The following courses have integrated diversity, equity, and inclusion components into their standard curriculum. Please note MBA courses numbers are listed, but most also have a UGBA version.
Class session on “Diversity,” and related sessions on “Social Networks” and “Power and Influence”; readings on hidden bias – implicit and confirmation bias – and stereotype threat, cumulative advantage (social networks and straight white male privilege)
Class session on “Gender Asymmetries and Sexual Harassment” and class session on “Gender Discrimination in the Workplace” (Google and James Damore case)
Session on diversity groups (e.g. Black Caucus Groups at Xerox) in class on “Entering a New Organization and Subunit Power”; examination of gender discrimination in a class called “Leading Change from the Periphery” with a reading called “Walking Out on the Boys”; also a class and case on Margaret Thatcher and her approach to gaining power; and an assignment about “confronting someone who is behaving in ways you think are unacceptable”
Session on “Leading Radically Diverse Global Teams” includes reflections and readings on “bias, stereotypes, misattributions”
Course focused on understanding “how social identity, power, and status impact reactions and behavior, as well as individual, interpersonal and team dynamics”; class session on “Influencing Across Difference: Social Identity, Status, Stereotype Threat, and Belonging”