Discussing :: ‘Gender Equality by Design’: Building a More Inclusive (and Productive) Workplace

A new book by Harvard University professor Iris Bohnet, What Works: Gender Equality By Design, argues that tweaking the ways companies identify, develop and promote talent can improve equality and diversity at a “shockingly low cost and high speed.” In the following article, Knowledge@Wharton reviews key takeaways from Bohnet’s book. When psychologist Daniel Kahneman began exploring cognitive blindspots in the 1960s, he likely had little inkling that his work would later be recognized with a Nobel Prize in Economics. His explorations of human decision-making, along with frequent collaborator Amos Tversky, laid the foundation... read full article

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