Why Diversity Programs Often Fail

Why Diversity Programs Often Fail

Google spent $265 million to implement a diversity program that many agree was unsuccessful. Throwing money at the problem isn’t the answer according to Chief Executive magazine. Where success is often achieved, the process is led by the chief executive. According to the article, diversity begins when the chief executive uses non-linear thinking to change the company’s dynamics. You can learn more about how this process works here. When successful, the research shows that diversity strongly improves a company’s bottom line.