If Diversity is So Important, Why Don’t We Have More of It?

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If Diversity is So Important, Why Don’t We Have More of It?

Despite huge culture shifts in the workplace, the best and brightest are still failing at diversity.

Professor of Organizational Behavior Margaret A. Neale says the creative benefits of cultivating diversity are clear but “time and time again, we see evidence that Silicon Valley firms are in fact very homogeneous, mostly male, and mostly white.”

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