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Diversity Is Good for Business—Here Are Simple Ways to Build a More Diverse Team

By Alex Sokolov It’s a proven fact that having a diverse workforce leads to more profitability. According to McKinsey’s “Delivering Through Diversity” report, companies ranking higher in gender diversity among their executives were 21% more likely to experience above-average profitability than their peers. Organizations that also scored high in ethnic and cultural diversity were 33% …

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Britain’s Got Talent Winners List of All Seasons (Updated)

Britain’s Got Talent gave a chance to the people like no other talent hunt show in the world. An opportunity to display & demonstrate unique skills that no one has seen and the prize money if they stand out of the crowd. Albums, Money, Films, and Endorsements follow the way of the winners and runner-ups. …

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Looking for your next non-fiction read? Check out these top science books

These six stories of science and discovery are in the running to win ‘the Booker Prize of science writing’. Six writers are in the running for The Royal Society Science Book Prize 2019. The annual award of £25,000 honours popular science books from around the world, all of which are aimed at non-specialist readers. Seen …

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Latest viral selfie app exposes the racism humans can embed in AI

In showing the data behind the machine, ImageNet Roulette has revealed how human racism and bias can be become embedded in robotic systems. You may have seen screenshots from ImageNet Roulette circulating on social platforms as the latest viral selfie-analyser took off. ImageNet Roulette works a bit differently to the FaceApps, arty doppelgangers, age guessers …

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Career progression for women in science is still being stifled

A new study of more than 500 scientific institutions has found that career progression for women in science is ‘disappointingly low’. With initiatives like Athena SWAN in place today, we’re certainly working towards greater gender equality in the world of science. But according to new research, we still need to up our game in terms of …

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Diverse Companies Produce 19% More Revenue. How Can You Achieve It?

When we talk about diversity at workplace, we generally associate it with a certain race, gender, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. It is seen as a narrow view towards diversity in various Human Resource Management courses taught in B-schools. Broadly, diversity is explained as the appreciation of differences at the individual level. It means that when …

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Why Workforce Diversity Matters for Your Business

Have you ever thought of yourself as a role model? Well, you are. When you own one of the country’s 30 million small businesses (a group that accounts for 99.9% of all U.S. businesses and employs 59 million people, according to the SBA), the world is watching you. That’s why it’s so important for entrepreneurs …

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The Fastest Business App Growth in History

Slack has already entered Silicon Valley’s hall of fame as the fastest growing business app. Since its public launch in February of 2014, Slack’s accomplishments include: Accumulating 8 million daily active users (and 3 million of those are paid users) Having the highest conversion rate (30%) among freemium software products Being used (and paid for!) …

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Google’s Pichai answers to Congress: The good, the bad and the frustrating

The appearance of Google CEO Sundar Pichai in front of Congress yesterday has been eagerly anticipated by those of us following the company’s tumultuous year in the face of criticism from international press, human rights organizations, and its own staff. The hearing – lasting more than three hours – was titled Transparency & Accountability: Examining …

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Imagine if We Can Work Together and Make Inclusion a Fact

SAP Chief Strategy Officer Deepak Krishnamurthy said at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, “Imagine if we can work together and make inclusion a fact.” Additionally, Alexa Gorman, who is SVP, Head of SAP.iO Foundries Europe announced the creation of a dedicated accelerator program for women and diverse-led enterprises in Berlin, Germany. SAP Chief Strategy Officer …

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The Importance of Nurturing Multicultural Businesses: 5 Tips for Female Leaders

By Anne Chow, President–National Business, AT&T Did you know that businesses owned by minority women are the fastest growing segment of small businesses, and across all ethnicities, the number of women-owned firms is increasing faster than those owned by men? As president of National Business, AT&T Business, I lead more than 12,000 professionals who support business customers …

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The Post Office: How can a 375-year-old brand attract the best in digital talent?

Welcome to The Week in Digital Transformation, a regular round-up where we look back on the most interesting ideas, announcements and developments in the realm of digital transformation over the past week. This week’s instalment is packed with big names, as Coca-Cola, Volkswagen and Manchester United are all doubling down on digital transformation in different …

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