Subscribe to D&I In Practice

Join business leaders and entrepreneurs who are working to make their businesses more diverse and inclusive.

Newsletter

Newsletter Week 44

December 18, 2019

How sexual harassment systematically limits women’s economic well-being. A struggle inside AI research: are there some problems that are too important for AI? Finally, male scientists toot their own horns more when describing their research. And it works.

The Latest

Newsletter Week 39

November 7, 2019

This week, Gen Z expects a lot from work, including both D&I commitment and visible D&I results. Also, the start-up equity gap based on gender is real; a new report explores possible causes. Military veterans still struggle to transition to civilian jobs in both the US and the UK, but many companies are stepping up their efforts to tap the ex-military workforce. Finally, one US city turns former Confederate memorial sites into community-oriented spaces.

Newsletter Week 38

October 30, 2019

A primer on psychological safety. Also, another proof point that diversity is good for the bottom line, this one from the eminent and business-friendly Wall Street Journal. Engaging white men in DEI discussions: some tips for effective facilitation. Finally, how Gap Inc. created a win, in a fashion industry with more than its share of failures this year.

Newsletter

October 30, 2019

This week A primer on psychological safety. Also, another proof point that diversity is good for the bottom line, this one from the eminent and business-friendly Wall Street Journal. Engaging white men in DEI discussions: some tips for effective facilitation. Finally, how Gap Inc. created a win, in a fashion industry with more than its share of failures this year.

Newsletter Week 37

October 23, 2019

What company leaders can learn from E&Y’s dramatic women’s leadership program fail. Also, companies already have what they need to fix the early-career gender gap. Tech leaders talk frankly about how to hire and keep people of color. Finally, how people from working-class backgrounds experience elite institutions, and how your company can signal acceptance of people from all classes.

Newsletter Week 36

October 18, 2019

Insights from the growing D&I practitioner community in France. Also, the Harvard admissions decision doesn’t mean that the barriers Asian American face in US society have gone away. The freelance gender pay gap outpaces the wage gap. By a lot. Finally, people don’t like being criticized by a female boss, and that’s a problem for women leaders.

Newsletter Week 35

October 9, 2019

This week How your open office plan may be turning women off. Also support for diversity policies varies not only according to demographic, but also by how the policy is communicated. Speaking of which, the first DEI report from the Stanford Business School is a model for how to measure diversity and create a blueprint for change. You should read it. Finally, diversity in ads is good for share prices...and for brand reputation. But the diversity has to be meaningful.