Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • Creating meaningful work and driving business success amid technological disruption

    12 October 2017

    What sort of workplace should we expect in future? And how can we shape it to produce more satisfying jobs and more healthy and successful companies?

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    Read the full article at McKinsey & Company
  • More formal, less 'fun' office cultures would be good for all of us

    12 October 2017

    Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for The Weinstein Company

    My former colleague Claire Cain Miller of The New York Times wrote a column this week about men who are reacting to recent sexual harassment scandals by limiting their professional contact with women, and that this is limiting some women's career opportunities.

    She wrote:

    "Some [tech investors] are avoiding solo meetings with female entrepreneurs, potential recruits and those who ask for an informational or networking meeting.

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    Read the full article at Business Insider
  • It’s official – women are nicer than men. Is this really science? | Anne Perkins

    12 October 2017 A new study by neuroeconomists suggesting that women’s biology could make them a soft touch covers overly familiar gendered ground

    Richard Thaler has just won the Nobel prize for economics for his work explaining how human choice can be influenced. The insight that people make decisions for all sorts of reasons, not all of them based on a cool assessment of the consequences, led Professor Thaler to global acclaim as the slayer of homo economicus.

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    Read the full article at theguardian.com
  • Iceland is bridging the gender pay gap, but can South Africa do the same

    12 October 2017

    Iceland is bridging the gender pay gap, but can South Africa do the same Business Report / 10 October 2017, 07:30am / Dhivana Rajgopaul Iceland will be the first country to bridge the gender pay gap: Photo: Facebook To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video DURBAN - Iceland is creating a law to abolish the gender pay gap between men and women, to ensure that if men and women do the same job, they should get paid equally.

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    Read the full article at iol.co.za
  • Women Matter: Ten years of insights on gender diversity

    5 October 2017

    A decade into our research, we highlight key findings—and invite 16 global leaders to look at how to increase gender diversity in corporations and imagine the inclusive company of the future.

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    Read the full article at McKinsey & Company
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