Extensive research has reinforced the importance of diversity and inclusion to social and economic development. The ways in which diversity is defined and benchmarked, the intersections between issues such as race and gender, the barriers to inclusion and the interventions which can advance it are all important areas for research and practice. In addition to looking at overall patterns and trends doing a deep dive in to the lived experience of diverse individuals is important.
W. Cukier, “Establishing a Baseline: The business case for measuring your D&I efforts”, Conference Board of Canada, Toronto, February 7-8, 2017. Link to publication coming soon.
W. Cukier, Being the Best we can be: Diversity and True Inclusion, Meet the World’s Leading Futurists at the 2016 IWFC Canada Connects, Toronto: June 11, 2016 Link to publication coming soon.
W. Cukier, S. Jackson, & R. Latif, S. Eagen, “Nasty Women: When leadership and gender stereotypes collide”, 2017 ILA Women and Leadership Affinity Group Conference, June 11-14, 2017. Link to publication coming soon.
T. Rose, W. Cukier & S. Jackson, “Celebration vs. Accommodation: An Asset-Based Approach to Disability in Organizations”, Critical Management Studies, Liverpool, England, July 3-5. 2017. Link to publication coming soon.
R. Chraibi & W. Cukier, “Muslim Women in Senior Leadership: Encounters with Advancement & Perceptions of Success, and Strategies for Truly Inclusive HRM” in J. Mahadevan & C-H Mayer (eds.), Workplace diversity, Muslim minorities and reflexive HRM. Taylor...
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