Ungated Post | 22 Jun 2017

Leaders 2020: The next generation executive | Driving diversity and inclusion

Our cross-industry survey of 4,100 executives and employees, conducted in 2016, spanned 21 countries on five continents. The results show that growing diversity in the overall workforce is not matched by increases in the diversity of mid-level management, senior executives, or board membership. Just one-third of executive respondents say their organization has effective diversity programs in place today, but progress is underway, with nearly 60% expecting to have effective programs in three years.

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