How CIOs can improve diversity and inclusion

Carnegie Mellon University has developed a set of diversity and inclusion best practices that can help CIOs build better teams

Research shows that diversity and inclusion leads to better business performance by creating understanding workforces with a wider range of experiences, but many organisations struggle to translate the research into practice.

Carnegie Mellon University has developed a set of best practices that have created an inclusive campus for students from more than 65 nations and a diverse array of background and contain sage advice for CIOs from all organisations.

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