Journey to the Top: Developing African American Executives

Journey to the Top: Developing African American Executives

There is no doubt that U.S. corporations have become more diverse over the last 50 years. U.S. employment data suggests that access to employment within organizations for nonwhites has improved significantly during this time frame. It has also been suggested that this increased diversity has a significant and net-positive impact on the organizational bottom line.

The reasons given for this impact range from more efficient problem solving developed through the input from multiple perspectives to an improved capacity to recognize and address the specific concerns of a wider variety of customer communities.

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Inclusion in tech: You can’t manage what you don’t measure

Inclusion in tech: You can’t manage what you don’t measure

Seeing is believing: 2017 board diversity survey

Seeing is believing: 2017 board diversity survey