Having had great success through cultural transformation, this executive is now taking on a bigger challenge as Division Head of Novartis Pharmaceuticals.
Having made a nontraditional climb to Eli Lilly and Company’s top job, John Lechleiter brings uncommon perspective...
DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti recently interviewed Pamela Eason, president and CEO of the Women’s Business Enterprise...
DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti recently interviewed Thomas F. Zenty III, CEO of the Cleveland-based hospital system....
Cultural competence in healthcare and diversity in succession planning are critical to the future of Kaiser Permanente, the next CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, told DiversityInc the day he was named to the position.Read more ›
His childhood, his career and his company location should make Rockwell Collins’ Clay Jones anything but a diversity supporter.Read more ›
Talent development helped KeyCorp’s first woman CEO move up. Here’s her 3 big tips on what to do.Read more ›
Talent development helped Forest T. Harper leave his humble beginnings to become a corporate leader of INROADS. Now he’s paving the way for other aspiring low-income students.Read more ›
The diversity-management lesson you won’t forget: A hard-hitting interview with the CEO of Toyota Financial Services on diversity management.Read more ›
Ernst & Young’s Jim Turley explains how a culture-centric approach yields the greatest results.Read more ›
Corporate diversity and a passion for proactively changing lives inspires Procter & Gamble’s CEO Bob McDonald to achieve new levels of success.Read more ›
Talent development helped Michelle Lee rise to a regional vice-president position at Wells Fargo. What can your company learn from her extraordinary story?Read more ›
Against the odds, Beth Mooney became the first female CEO of a top 20 U.S. bank and is carrying on the culture of inclusion at KeyCorp.Read more ›
Diversity and inclusion shaped this CEO’s worldview. Here’s how he turned action into innovation at Ameren.Read more ›
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.Read more ›