CVS Health will rebuild the two pharmacies devastated by fire during the Baltimore protests – and donate $100,000 to rebuilding the city.
Only when values are in place can you implement a proper diversity-and-inclusion program.
Zafar Brooks of Hyundai Motor America shares how Corporate Social Responsibility helps to build Business Value.
The Rutgers crisis is a lesson in the need for swift action and forthright communications when discriminatory scandals occur.
How your company handles a diversity-related crisis can make the difference between whether your leadership stays or goes and whether the public loses faith in your organization (causing plummeting stock price, for example). Here are examples of bad and good ways to handle the type of scandal Rutgers University now faces:
Are you concerned about "diversity fatigue"? Connect the dots between reputation and talent development, philanthropy and supplier diversity.
You should read David Brooks' recent column "The Great Migration" on the New York Times website. He lays out why and how more accomplished people are moving to places where there are other accomplished people. He describes the ramifications of "positive ecologies" and "negative ecologies." I believe this is mirrored in corporate "ecologies," that a company with a negative ecology puts itself in a death spiral—which cannot be reversed without a concerted and overt emphasis on strategic diversity management, reputation and ethics.