A Tale of O – On being different in an organisation



A story told about characters X and O representing those people in organisations who are in the majority and fit in and those who are a minority and do not. The illustrations tell the story and are accompanied by a short narrative per illustration. The pressures of being an O are brought to life by this device.

Table of contents




Primary author: Kantor, Rosabeth Moss

Secondary author: Stein, Barry., A

Publisher: Harper and Row

Publication format: Book/report, Education resource

Publication date: 1980

Publication place: New York

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Education 2: Programme on Racism (POR) Box 4

Content type: Injustice, Models, Oppression

Sector: Cross-sector

Culture related topics: Concept of culture, Racism, Stereotyping

General related topics: Behavioural change, Equity/justice/fairness, How to teach

Historical period: 20th