Mapping the world's opinions

There is research to prove that diversity (gender, ethnic and social) can improve work place culture and productivity; in consequence increase growth or revenues

Diversity is critical

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

Diversity in leadership leads to greater profits

Studies repeatedly indicate a more diverse senior management team directly correlates to higher profits. Explore

Diverse workforces drive profits through innovation

Diverse workforces are more innovative. Innovate companies are also more profitable. Explore

Customers prefer to buy from people who represent them

Sales and customer volume is directly linked to diversity. Explore

It isn't an important aspect of a company's financial success

Other aspects, like having a strong founder and qualified leadership, have a far greater impact on a company's bottom line

Diversity is no silver bullet

Changing the upper-echelons of management can change a company's profitability overnight. Hiring a more diverse workforce can't. Explore

Without inclusion, diversity is meaningless

Diversity doesn't work without inclusion. Diversity isn't critical, inclusion is. Explore

Diversity has no bearing on a company's financial success

Many companies have thrived with a homogenous workforce, indicating diversity is not critical to a company's profitability.

Diversity sometimes has a positive impact, sometimes a negative

Increasing diversity doesn't always bring harmony. Sometimes it brings tensions. Explore

Many companies thrive with a homogeneous workforce

There are many examples of highly successful companies with homogenous workforces. Explore
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