The good, the bad and the ugly in the melting pot: the challenges of Nigerianising diversity management

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George, Olusoji; Yusuff, Kolawole M.; Cornelius, Nelarine;

Taking a clue from the aftermaths of colonisation and the need to manage an 'unholy marriage' created by the British colonial masters, the review paper examines the peculiar challenges of managing Nigeria's unique diversity in the public sector through the critical lens... View more
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