Post Tagged with: "diversity management"
Diversity management includes diversity in thought. But how can leaders tap into what’s inside employees’ heads to derive better innovation?
The nonprofit organization’s board of directors is mostly Texan, homogeneous and wealthy. Here’s how the lack of diversity fueled its misstep over funding to Planned Parenthood.
In a follow-up to my column “Can a White Man Speak With Authority on Diversity?”, a reader asks a critical question.
KPMG CEO and Chairman John Veihmeyer asserts that his strict commitment and daily, personal communication with mid-level managers is the best way to generate buy-in.
Diversity management at Sodexo centers on a special trust and open dialogue. What can you learn from this DiversityInc Top 50 company?
Do people have a right to their own values when working for a company—or immigrating to a country?
The latest civil-rights victory—the end of DADT—and the impact of loyal, trustworthy leadership.
What's the one factor that determines whether your company's diversity efforts will succeed or fail?
DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti's column on the Walmart decision.
Are you violating your values? If you are, you can't hide from the repercussions.
Are white men irrelevant to diversity? Here's my response.
Diversity management has four stages. What stage of managing diversity in the workplace is your company in?
The White Guy explains that corporations will always need diversity departments. Why? To continually encourage innovation and growth.
Diversity management is about democratizing the mentoring, cultivation, talent development and support that were once exclusively received by white, heterosexual, Christian men with no ADA-defined disabilities. If you're not clear why diversity departments need a budget, here's a brief primer on exactly what the best diversity departments do.
Your company’s success—and your position—depends on aligning values with actions. DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti explains how to do it right.
The White Guy says that while some white people dislike the concept of white privilege, it is possible to use white privilege to open doors for others for the greater good.
DiversityInc readers responded to a controversial topic: Juan Williams was fired from his job as an NPR news analyst after he made a remark about Muslims. Is he a bigot or was he just being honest? The White Guy responded, and these comments poured in.
The White Guy responds to a reader's inquiry by breaking down how data on retention rates can be analyzed, but he warns about discussing diversity topics in certain professional circles.
Acclaimed social psychologist Claude Steele shares insightful research on stereotypes in his latest book, "WHISTLING VIVALDI: And Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us."
In this edition of "Ask the White Guy," DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti addresses a reader's inquiry about how to foster successful diversity management.
Although we may be in the worst economy since the Great Depression, companies that foster diversity are still doing well. The White Guy says companies that don't pay attention to diversity face a scary long-term future.
A DiversityInc reader asks advice about his plan to hold a diversity summit that includes a panel called "Ask the White Guys." Don't do it, advises the White Guy; you may end up doing more harm than good.
Is it better to accept a job with a company that has a record as a diversity leader or be a pioneer at a company that hasn't embraced the business benefits of diversity? The White Guy gives you his informed opinion.
The Wall Street Journal wrote that "having a white male in charge of diversity efforts lends legitimacy to the effort and brings other white males on board." One reader asks the White Guy if he agrees. Read his answer here.