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Inclusion + Innovation: Leveraging Diversity of Thought to Generate Business Growth


January 2016 | Research Report

Building a diverse workforce is one thing; cultivating an inclusive culture that actively encourages people to express their unique perspectives—that is, an organization where “diversity of thought” consistently sparks innovation—is far more challenging. To understand the enablers and barriers to leveraging inclusion to capture new ideas, The Conference Board conducted a global survey of leaders responsible for either innovation or diversity and inclusion (D&I).

Explore our full portfolio of thought leadership on Inclusion and Innovation here.


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Mary B. Young, D.B.A.

Principal Researcher, Human Capital
The Conference Board

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Charles Mitchell

Executive Director, Knowledge Content & Quality
The Conference Board

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Michelle Kan

Associate Director, Knowledge Organization
The Conference Board


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