If you think your Business Case for Diversity is robust, think again

The buzzwords that describe the Business Case for Diversity Management are quickly listed up: Creativity, employer brand, collaboration, market access. But is it enough to be convinced of some value-add that D&I offers? And what if your key stakeholders were convinced of different benefits? Alignment and rigour are needed in order to turn the business case into a driver for D&I.

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205 Studies answering (almost) every question about the Business Case for D&I

Diversity practitioners often need to prove the business value of specific aspects of their work: Does Diversity lead to more patents, does Inclusion result in more productivity or will D&I overall impact the bottom-line in a positive way? These and many other facets of the Business Case for D&I were examined by robust research projects that are now available in a unique compendium: IBCR 3.1 Continue reading

A reminder for all of us: Lebanese learning from classroom diversity

A current study by International Alert shows that pupils from different backgrounds view each other more positively when they learn together in mixed classes compared to those studying separately. The finding is particularly relevant with regard to the stereotype reduction effect it shows which is relevant in many everyday workplace situations and for segregated education approaches that still exist.

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