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No. 11 | Deloitte | DiversityInc Top 50

WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST KEY RESULTS Black, Latinos, and Asians in Total Management: 11.6% higher than the Top 10, 40.3% higher than the Top 50 and nearly 55% higher than U.S. companies overall Mentoring by All Managers: 56.8% higher than the Top 10,more than double the Top 50 average…

Julie Sweet, Accenture, chief executive officer

Accenture Names First Woman As US Group Chief Executive

Accenture’s announcement that Julie Spellman Sweet has been promoted to Group Chief Executive-North America means that as of next month, four of the six major consulting firms will have women leaders (Deloitte, IBM and KPMG are the others). Virginia Rometty became Chairman, CEO and President of IBM in 2012. Deloitte…

Top Companies for Women: What 3 Best Practices They All Have

By Barbara Frankel and Shane Nelson Photo by Shutterstock What makes a company a really good place for women to reach their full potential An analysis of data of The 2015 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity shows the top companies for women all have: Strong, cross-cultural mentoring programs with…

NJCU Shows How Diversity and Educational Access Is Done During Gala Event

By Michael Nam New Jersey City University held its Building the Dream gala on April 16, a benefit to raise scholarship funds while honoring luminaries who have supported its aims of providing cost-effective higher education for New Jersey’s residents. The honorees included DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti who received the Corporate…

Men Named John Outnumber Women in Key Leadership Positions

By Michael Nam Justin Wolfers, a Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the University of Michigan, highlighted the lack of women in charge of financial and political institutions with a darkly amusing ratio he calls the Glass Ceiling Index. In his New York Times Upshot column, Wolfers was apparently…

What's Deloitte's Top Leadership Imperative

The challenge for diversity-and-inclusion programs today is figuring out how to help leaders become representative of ALL their employees, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, etc. “It’s not about what I think I represent but what our people think I represent,” said Kelvin Womack, Principal, Deloitte, at DiversityInc Innovation…