Companies that grow through acquisition may have one overarching culture, but more than likely also have many and varied subcultures, which only makes us, like our country, stronger.
By removing the geographical boundaries, virtual offices open the doors to much wider pool of candidates.
In too many cases, executives tackling diversity is akin to children eating their vegetables—they'll do it, but with little enthusiasm and mainly just to stay out of trouble. We can do better.
Leaders can help address racial inequity by conquering the unconscious biases inside their own companies.
Recently, I received a call from a Fortune 250 CEO who said, “Johnny, I’m tired, and I’m frustrated. We have spent more money, I’ve spent...
The answer to avoiding a legal challenge lies in the distinction between recruiting practices and hiring practices.
Don’t just let your leadership team say they know about D&I; make sure they know how to put it into action. Otherwise, you're all talk.
The CEO is focused on creating a more inclusive culture and providing mobility options for minority employees so they don't jump ship. He's also hoping to inspire his peers to do likewise.
CEOs have a rare opportunity to rebalance the scales for male and female workers and cultivate a thoughtful, family-friendly perspective.
Some beloved corporate symbols, even monuments to founders, look very different through a 21st century lens. But before you erase them, make sure you understand the history.