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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

  • Kim B.Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, in 2011 Clayton Christensen was chosen in a poll of thousands of executives, consultants and business school professors as the most influent ... more -->

  • Since 2009, Aaron Beam has impacted the lives of thousands of students and business people with his personal story of how a few poor seemingly minor ethical decisions led him and many of his HealthSouth coworkers down ... more -->

  • Former host of his own series on VH1, Scott Bloom brings his highly entertaining brand of comedy and showmanship to corporate events. Scott has hosted more than 300 corporate events for Fortune 500 clients including AT&T ... more -->
  • Personal technology columnist for the New York Times for thirteen years, David Pogue is the founder of Yahoo Tech and an expert on the use of computers and social media.

    As well as his New York Tim ... more -->

  • With more than 25 years of experience in marketing, Deanie Elsner is an industry leader in business transformation and strategic brand innovation. Named one of the "World's Most Influential CMO's" by Forbes, she ... more -->
  • Mechanical engineer and television personality Bill Nye got a generation of Americans hooked on science. A master of “edutainment”, Nye became a household name in the 1990s thanks to his fast-paced PBS children’s ... more -->
  • Described by The Daily Telegraph as “America's most influential trend spotter," Michael Tchong has been at the forefront of internet, social media and computer innovation throughout his career. His start-up c ... more -->

  • Michelle Stacy has been the driving force behind the international multi-million dollar growth of Proctor & Gamble, Gillette, and Keurig. An influential leader in product development, P&L, and sales and market ... more -->

  • Kenneth W. Gronbach is a nationally recognized expert in the field of Demography and Generational Marketing who uses his research and quick wit to transform how people see the world as well as the field of demographic ... more -->

  • The chief political analyst at CNN, Gloria Borger graduated from Colgate University, Hamilton New York (where she has been a trustee). She began her career in politics at the Washington Star, covering politics ... more -->






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