Where Do We Go from Here? Women and Diversity in 2019
By Edie Fraser, Managing Director, Diversified Search; CEO, Women Business Collaborative; founder, STEMconnector and MWM “Women are underrepresented at every level, and women of color are the most underrepresented group of all, lagging behind white men, men of color, and white women. Companies report that they are highly committed... Read more
Value Protocols Vanquish Unconscious Bias
by Stephen Young Unconscious bias is manifested through a variety of dimensions. The most visible are race, gender, culture and generation, and other factors that influence who gets hired, developed, and promoted within an organization. The goal is to create a culture and environment that enables these diverse groups... Read more
Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Struggle in Corporate America
By Donald Fan As diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) executives and practitioners, we ask ourselves how we can position our companies as employers of choice to attract and retain top talent, and how we can reap the benefits of DEI to enhance innovation and new business opportunities in the... Read more
Anka Wittenberg – SAP
Anka Wittenberg, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and Head of People Sustainability for SAP SE Innovation: SAP Global Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Program Introduced: 2011 Program Leader: Anka Wittenberg, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and Head of People Sustainability for SAP SE Introduced in 2011 and led by economist... Read more
Mental Health in the Workplace: It Matters
By Nadine Vogel Employers around the world continue to struggle with how to appropriately address and accommodate individuals with disabilities in the workplace. But of all disability types, mental health is still one of the most invisible, stigmatized, and misunderstood. I have heard many employers say that they would... Read more
You Can’t Fix a D&I Problem by Barking up the Tree of Bad Behavior
by Stephen Young & Barbara Hockfield In visiting many companies, globally, it is striking how frequently employees wrongly categorize bad behavior as a symptom of unconscious bias, exclusion, or micro-inequity. The tendency is to use a broad brush when assessing the motivations behind behaviors that make others feel uncomfortable... Read more
Are Female Leaders Confident Communicators?
By Inmaculada Reinoso I still remember my first speech in front of an audience in the winter of 2016. At the time, I was managing the relationships and internal communications of a regional sales team at a well-known American multinational tech company. The company was having a hard time... Read more
KPMG’s Lynne Doughtie: Standing United Behind Our Culture and Values

KPMG U.S. Chairman and CEO, Lynne Doughtie’s response to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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Innovations 2016

Innovations 2016

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Announcing the 2016 Women Worth Watching Award Winners
Trailblazers Leading the Way to Excellence in the Workplace, Marketplace and the World  CLEVELAND, OH – June 21 Profiles in Diversity Journal today proudly announces the winners of the 15th Annual Women Worth Watching Awards®. In celebrating the 15th year anniversary, there have been 162 nominations selected as 2016... Read more