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The Business Case for Diversity Is Clear … as Mud

I was intrigued by an article in yesterday’s Harvard Business Review entitled “What 11 CEOs Have Learned About Championing Diversity.” The author is Stefanie Johnson, a biz school prof who studies the intersection of leadership and diversity and the effect of unconscious bias on evaluations. The piece starts with a[…] Read On

Google’s Silencing of James Damore

The software engineer who penned a 10-page manifesto calling Google’s diversity and inclusion policies “discriminatory,” “unfair” and “divisive” and blasting the Silicon Valley company’s “politically correct,” “left-leaning” culture as unaccepting of anyone outside its “ideological echo chamber” has been fired. So much for the search giant’s supposedly open culture that[…] Read On