Improve Your Diversity Measurement for Better Outcomes

Managers need better data collection practices if they are to gain a clearer picture of DEI and design more effective interventions.

If business leaders hope to move the needle on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), it’s critical that they put measurements in place to track progress and hold managers accountable for results, something that few organizations are currently doing effectively.1

Indeed, the more than 2,200 executives who have signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge have committed to driving “measurable action,” but recognizing that something should ...

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