Diversity is dynamic, and can mean different things to different people. This Harvard Business Review article offers an expansive view of diversity and inclusion, along with a comprehensive framework to consider when defining strategy.
Authors Celia de Anca and Salvador Aragón define three categories of diversity: identity of origin, identities of growth, and identities of aspiration. Each diversity type plays a part in how we construct our personal identity, and requires a different management strategy.
For those thinking about their organization's diversity policies and practices, this article offers helpful considerations for understanding and managing diversity in various forms in order to strengthen organizational culture and outcomes.
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