Creating Stronger D&I Training Strategies: Why Diversity and Inclusion Programs Are Just the First Step

According to a recent report by the Boston Consulting Group, most companies have a diversity program of some kind but nearly 75% of employees in diverse groups aren’t reaping the benefits. For many companies, there is a disconnect because their diversity and inclusion training programs (D&I) are not tied to a strategy with measurable indicators. Investing in D&I training initiatives is growing in popularity as more and more organizations recognize the impact of diversity on its company culture and bottom line. In the U.S., we can be inspired by best practices, and while implementing a D&I training program is a good first step, it doesn’t take the place of a strategy tied to metrics. Influential management consultant, Peter Drucker, sums it up best: “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.”

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