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Why the time for diversity in tech is now

In 2016, Facebook employees were just 33% female and 2% black; YouTube employees were 30% women and 2% black; Apple employees were 32% women and 9% black; Google employees were 31% women and 2% black.

Want stratospheric success? Look beyond your own worldview

Current physician and former NASA astronaut Scott Parazynski knows a thing or two about out-of-this-world success.

How diversity can launch startups even higher

Startups create the tech and products that set the tone for our collective future. It’s pivotal that founders lead by example to make diversity and inclusion a priority—and reap the rewards.

Top 5 findings of the Great British Diversity Experiment

The Great British Diversity Experiment found concrete steps that can increase diversity in companies.

Inside bias: Why so many companies make big hiring mistakes

Author Scott Hartley says we don't have to be afraid of the coming AI - we should put it to work for us in fighting our own biases.

Is everyone’s voice being heard? How majorities can be allies to minorities

How do you get everyone to speak up? Simple. You allow them to have a voice.

When data drives diversity and inclusion, good things happen

What makes a job a great place to work? A sense of equity and ownership, says Michael Bush.

A.I. in the workplace is the new diversity

Artificial intelligence continues to tackle jobs traditionally performed by humans. However, our cognitive biases will challenge our ability to effectively integrate AI into human teams.

How experiencing discrimination in VR can make you less biased

What would it be like to live in the body of someone else? With VR, now you can actually find out.

Breaking the ice: How astronauts overcome their differences aboard the ISS

Think getting along with people that are nothing like you is hard? Here’s how astronauts do it, 254 miles above Earth on the ISS.

Real talk at work: How Amway created a better office for more people

Being real at the office? Some workplaces would frown at the idea, but Amway embraces it (and is all the better for it).

Can A.I. remove human bias from the hiring process?

AI may help organizations overcome unconscious biases in hiring and increase diversity.

How equal parental leave can help close the gender pay gap

Maternal leave is a big deal. Increasingly, studies are finding that paternal leave is equally important.

Diversity and inclusion: Companies need both but there's a crucial difference

Though often used interchangeably, diversity and inclusion are two very different things. Most importantly, diversity without inclusion is mostly meaningless.

Diversity is more than a box to tick. It's a smart business strategy.

Should businesses foster diversity just because of the political climate, or are there other inherent advantages in having diversity of people and thought?

Would companies be more diverse if A.I. did the hiring?

The best hiring manager might just be the computer sitting on your desk, says AI expert Joanna Bryson.

Companies need diverse, global talent. Cryptocurrencies are here to help.

The global population is becoming more diverse. As a result, if companies in developed economies don't diversify their hiring, they may lose out on crucial talent. Cryptocurrencies are here to help.

Why a more diverse workplace is also a more talented one

Raw talent doesn't just exist in ivy league business schools, says superstar business consultant Ram Charan.

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