Organizations and organizational behavior
Because of the lengthy file name, the contents of this folder will be GRADUALLY moved to the Organizations folder
- Up one level
See separate folder, below, for UNC and UNC entities
- Civil society / NGO's (ex-UNC)
- Commercial interests, financial industry
- Health care providers
NPR, PBS, Science, The Nation, ...
- Media - alternative
Websites that present themselves as providing truth that the mainstream media suppress
Key repositories for information and learning - see Organizations | Media | Repositories
- UNC entities, history, policies, resources
Includes the Gillings School of Global Public Health
- Equity Diversity Inclusion - Action Toolkit for Organizations
Tolulope Oyetunde, MS, MPH; Adrianna Boulin, MPH; Jeanie Holt, MS, MPH. APHA, 2020.
This toolkit serves as an encouraging first step for any organization ready to implement E-D-I practices. Using this toolkit, board and staff members can assess their current practices and find resources to ensure continued growth in diversity and equity.
- Leadership and organizational performance
- Potential Conflicts Around the Globe for Trump, the Businessman President
Richard C. Paddock, Eric Lipton, Ellen Barry, Rod Nordland, Danny Hakim and Simon Romero, New York Times, Nov. 26, 2016 Mr. Trump’s companies have business operations in at least 20 countries, with a particular focus on the developing world, including outposts in nations like India, Indonesia and Uruguay, according to a New York Times analysis of his presidential campaign financial disclosures. What’s more, the true extent of Mr. Trump’s global financial entanglements is unclear, since he has refused to release his tax returns and has not made public a list of his lenders. In an interview with The Times on Tuesday, Mr. Trump boasted again about the global reach of his business — and his family’s ability to keep it running after he takes office.
- Some content has been moved to Organizations
- The Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture
From Dismantling Racism: A Workbook for Social Change Groups, by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun, ChangeWork, 2001. [Vic questions that these cultural characteristics are really about white supremacy, but they do help to reinforce it within academic settings.]