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Diversity

Real Inclusion, for Productivity and Growth

The immortal line from Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, ‘It’s the Economy, stupid’, is as true today as it was then. But in the new digital, information and knowledge economy, human capital replaces natural resources as the basis for growth. Technology is replacing lower-skilled jobs. The threat to growth comes from a shortage of high-skilled… more -->



Seeking Common Ground

If you were offered a choice between snacking on Cheerios versus Graham Crackers, which would you pick? Frankly, neither is very appealing to me, but, between the two, I’d have to come down firmly on the side of a nice crunchy Graham Cracker. As an adult, that choice has little significance, but, if I were… more -->



In the Search for Talent, Women Present as Much Opportunity as China or India

Companies are often focused on the big opportunities. In the talent marketplace, that equates to a desire to tap into the billion-plus populations of China and India, both attractive options to augment the future workforce. During the past year, the number of global employers who believe talent shortages will negatively affect their business increased by… more -->



Real Inclusion Helps Create the Right Employer Brand and Reputation

In February 2013 I spoke with a class of Harvard undergraduates who were about to graduate. They were seeking career advice. My supposition going into the meeting was that I would offer some thoughts from my career and answer their concerns about the ‘real world’. The reality was that they were much more in touch… more -->




Speakers / Writers

  • Alexandra Cousteau carries the name made famous by the work of her grandfather and father with honor and pride. She not only films the underwater world with extraordinary skill but also campaigns tirelessly to preserv ... more -->

  • The first woman ever to head a television network, Kay Koplovitz is the founder of the USA Network as well as the Sci-Fi Channel (now the SyFy Channel.) The adventurous broadcasting pioneer created the business model for ... more -->
  • Erik Wahl is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, best selling author and graffiti artist. Wahl has also been described as the Picasso of Productivity, the Warhol of Wall Street and the Renoir of ROI.

    Wahl wrote ... more -->

  • An empirical futurist and corporate forecaster for 35-plus years, Thornton May has helped various organizations outperform their competition by designing for what comes next. He serves as Executive Director and Dean at t ... more -->
  • Social entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author, and syndicated columnist Craig Kielburger likes to give back to the world in as many ways as he can. It’s a trend he’s followed since co-founding Fre ... more -->

  • The chair of the Medicine Track at Singularity University since its inception, Dr. Daniel Kraft has more than two decades of experience in clinical practice, biomedical research and healthcare innovation. He is the fo ... more -->

  • When it comes to medical care, Lucien Engelen is putting the patient in the lead. As the first Dutch Health 2.0 Ambassador, the technologist and innovator has used his influence to revolutionize patient care through d ... more -->

  • Author of three books, Focus on the Good Stuff, Be Yourself Everyone Else is Already Taken, and his latest, Nothing Changes Until You Do, Mike Robbins teaches people how to infuse their lives and busines ... more -->

  • Acknowledged as one of the world's leading experts on Human Resources and Corporate Culture, Dr. Lynda Gratton is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School, where she is the director of the “Human R ... more -->

  • Disruptive technology expert, Todd Hewlin helps businesses develop plans that can be executed in real life and not just in theory. As co-founder and manager of TCG Advisors, he heads a team of thought leaders and busi ... more -->






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