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A Grassroots ERG Effort Has Global Impact

April 6, 2017 | Amy Volz

With a history firmly rooted in manufacturing & technology and a legacy of innovation, Caterpillar is a 90 year old industry leader that has set a target of achieving 30 percent women in its workforce and leadership roles by 2022.
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Uber Yourself Before You Get Kodaked!

April 6, 2017 | Erby Foster

Today, women and multicultural consumers account for about 80% of shoppers. Women are the largest group; Multicultural is the fastest growing; Millennials represent our future. Combined, they account for $5 Trillion of buying power. Creating a ...

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Why Diversity Programs Fail

April 6, 2017 | Frank Dobbin

After decades of effort and billions of dollars, the results are in: traditional diversity programs don’t work. In this HCI Keynote video, Harvard Professor Frank Dobbin diagnoses the problems with most diversity programs, and shares the ...

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Strategic Workforce Planning: Start with the Framework

March 31, 2017

Strategic Workforce Planning is piecemeal, and it is hard work. In this interview, Kimbertly Jones, Expert Strategic Workforce Planning Consultant, shares how you can identify skills and competencies in your employees and make better decisions to ...

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Ask the Expert! Exploring HR Strategy with John Sullivan

March 31, 2017 | John Sullivan

For all its history fighting for a ‘seat at the table,’ the question of how HR can continue to be more strategic remains. It is a perennial challenge that every HR leader faces: continuous improvement, higher workforce productivity, and innovation. Part of the answer is in talent management data – collecting it, analyzing it, and applying it in concrete and measurable ways. But where is the best place to start? What can HR do today to ensure it is working toward a better and more integrated, strategic approach?