Ontological arrogance is our tendency to think that the way in which we experience a place is the way that everyone experiences a place. We see our truth as The Truth. It is very easy, for example, if you are a dude in a dude dominated workforce to believe that gender isn’t really an issue.… Continue reading Interrupting Women
Great post from Jason last week and I want to build on what he started. I believe strongly that decision making is the biggest soft spot in how most organizations operate today. I think that the world is full of organizations who work very hard to find and hire smart, creative, talented folks and believe… Continue reading How do you decide?
Jason- There are a lot of reasons that I love you man, and this post is just one of them. This is a great question and it is the kind of question that HR leaders should wrestle with…but, based on what I see and hear they do not. They do not ask questions like this… Continue reading 2 Much Diversity 4 U?
Nice post man, good topic. Also some really good comments, and there has been some interesting conversation around culture fit related to the removal of Jack Griffin at Time Warner. I usually find the cultural fit conversation to be pretty humorous. In my experience, it seems that the people using it as a reason to… Continue reading Do organizations even know what “talent” is?
Jason- Good post, and really good comments from Eric and Ben and Jay. I do not think that HR and Diversity are soulmates, and I am not sure that they should be. Diversity and inclusion work today touches a lot of stuff far outside the realm of HR and I have been suggesting that the… Continue reading Diversity & HR…less talking, more doing.