Tag: Dell

Women in Tech: 'The Culture is the Problem'

By 2020, there will be 1.4 million jobs available in computing related fields. Graduates in the United States are on track to fill 29 percent of thosejobs. Women are on track to fill just 3 percent. These estimates are according to Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization founded by Reshma…

No. 28 | Dell | DiversityInc Top 50

WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST Dell continues moving up the list, jumping ahead by three spots in its sixth year on the list. The company continues to put a focus on growing their pipeline for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) for the short-term as well as long-term. KEY RESULTS Blacks,…

Video: How to Implement Global Resource Groups

Can you translate your U.S. groups to other countries Which ones work well How can they communicate with each other What metrics should be used to assess their success Ingrid Devin EMEA Diversity & Inclusion Lead and Employee Resource Group Global Lead Dell Ingrid Devin is theEMEA Diversity & Inclusion…

Global Diversity Research Executive Summary: 203 Data Submissions in 46 Countries

By Barbara Frankel To evaluate the impact of global diversity efforts, we have investigated best practices that correlate to results, measured in increased human-capital diversity and business opportunity. Through 203 data submissions and extensive interviews with 25 companies, we have learned that diversity-and-inclusion initiatives have been mostly focused around gender,…

8 CEOs Whose Inclusive Styles Change Corporate Cultures

These CEOs and senior executives discussed the need for clearly stated values of inclusion at our recent eventand how it benefits their businesses. Watch the clips below to see what forthright diversity leadership looks like. Andr Wyss, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation: “Now more than ever, our customers and patients we serve…

Are Global Resource Groups Worth Your Investment

Could your company benefit from starting global resource groups While only a handful of companies have implemented these initiatives so far, global resource groups are helping develop local country business goals while keeping overall corporate values in mind. InWhy You Need Global Resource Groups, four companies’ diversity leaders reveal the…

How Kraft Increased Promotions of Women in Sales by 39%

What do Kraft Foods (No. 7 in The 2012 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity), Dell (No. 26), jcpenney (No. 35) and Toyota (No. 41) have in common They leverage their resource groups to increase sales and enhance talent development. Regardless of company size or industry, resource groups are increasingly…