Diversity allows companies to tap into different opinions and work styles that could help it navigate different geographies, market segments, as well as tap into new talent pools
Other aspects, like having a strong founder and qualified leadership, have a far greater impact on a company's bottom line
Increasing diversity doesn't always bring harmony. Sometimes it brings tensions.
The benefits of diversity are often championed, but there are plenty of examples when businesses report that diversity hasn't always been a positive thing.
Suppose you inject diversity into your team in an attempt to boost productivity, increase sales, drive customer growth and send profits soaring. But instead, all you have is a team that no longer sees eye-to-eye. They stop agreeing on things, and instead of innovation, you get a deadlock. This does happen. Diversity doesn't always lead to a positive working environment. A melting pot of characters and backgrounds can lead to a multitude of approaches with little common ground. In these cases, not only is diversity not boosting profits and driving success, it is holding the business back.
Enter the counter arguments here ...
[P1] Diversity isn't always a positive thing. [P2] In these cases, diversity actively holds businesses back.
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