There’s a lot of talk about Facebook this week. This post isn’t about any of that. It’s about Facebook’s goal of becoming a “blue-collar LinkedIn.” My latest post is on the trends that work against that theory.
Despite widespread recognition that diversity in the workplace yields tangible benefits, despite viral stories exposing hostile company cultures, despite millions (if not billions) of dollars spent on unconscious-bias trainings, the long-promised diversity revolution has stalled. Why are organizations failing to make good on their diversity efforts?