Why Having a Diverse Team Will Make Your Products Better

Why Having a Diverse Team Will Make Your Products Better

In March, The New York Times published an article about how hard navigating the subway can be in a wheelchair, and it touched me a lot more than I thought it would when I started reading it. Months later, it’s still on my mind. The piece was penned by Sasha Blair-Goldensohn, an engineer from Google who had an accident that left him partially paralyzed. As he started navigating the city on wheels he discovered that “inflexible bureaucracies with a ‘good enough’ approach to infrastructure and services can disenfranchise citizens with disabilities, many of whom cannot bridge these gaps on their own.”

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The success of diversity and inclusion in the workplace starts with management at the top of the company

The success of diversity and inclusion in the workplace starts with management at the top of the company

A Step-by-Step Guide to Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion Part 7: Committing to Fair Compensation

A Step-by-Step Guide to Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion Part 7: Committing to Fair Compensation