Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Two Types of Diversity Training That Really Work - HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW

by Alex LindseyEden KingAshley MembereHo Kwan Cheung
Originally published: July 28, 2017
Publisher: HBR.org

One of the most common ways that companies attempt to address organizational diversity is through formal training. Yet research on the effectiveness of such programs has yielded mixed results: Some studies show that diversity training is effective, others show it’s ineffective, and still others show that it may actually lead to backlash. This has led to pessimism regarding diversity training, with some claiming it simply doesn’t work.