Diversity Feed

The Cancel Culture in the Workplace: Part II

Freedom of Expression Last week I blogged about the cancel culture in the workplace and how corporations and their employers should react when a group of workers wants to cancel an employee(ees). This week I drill down on the idea that the cancel culture portends conflicts ahead for employers that... Read more →


There are Benefits to Giving Women Greater Access to the C-Suite

Characteristic Traits of Behavior Make Women More Moral Than Men I have previously blogged about women and the glass ceiling and how they have been lagging in C-Suite positions. Along comes a research study from the Harvard Business Review that seems to show an increase in gender diversity but raises... Read more →


EDI in the Workplace

Corporate Culture Makes a Difference Last week I blogged about whether EDI courses are doing any good in college education. Today, I look at EDI and workplace ethics. We hear a lot about equity these days. It tends to be thought of as one of three key values necessary in... Read more →


Lack of Diversity and Inclusion at Google Should Be a Wake-up call for the Tech Industry

Cultural Issues Behind the Disparity Last week it was reported that many Google employees and others in the tech and academic communities were furious over the sudden exit from Google of Timnit Gebru, a pioneer in the study of ethics in artificial intelligence. She coauthored a paper that highlighted how... Read more →


What Makes An E-Commerce Business Ethical?

Diversity and Sustainability in E-Commerce The following guest blog was written by Karolyn Gore. Consumers in the new millennium care deeply about ethics and brand purpose, as found in Accenture Strategy’s Global Consumer Pulse Research. Consumers under the age of 30 (millennials and Gen-Z’ers) feel particularly strong about this issue,... Read more →