BCG’s Latest Thinking on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The business case for workplace diversity is strong, but many leaders are uncertain how best to build an organization that incorporates a variety of perspectives and experiences. Explore BCG’s latest thinking on diversity and inclusion to understand the benefits of diversity, how to achieve it, and how to unlock the potential of a diverse workforce.

Featured Insights

Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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How Can We Use AI Responsibly?

Finding responsible ways to develop and deploy AI systems is essential. And with the arrival of generative AI, the stakes couldn’t be higher.

The Importance of Making Your Business Equitable and Inclusive

BCG’s Jean Lee discusses why organizations should be equitable and inclusive—and how the benefits are felt both within and outside the workplace.

Developing Leaders

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Women’s Path to Leadership in Tech

Companies facing intense competition for talent can take concrete steps to attract more women to tech and encourage them on their path to leadership.

Companies Are Failing Trans Employees

Our global survey reveals that when it comes to creating inclusive cultures for transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) employees in the workplace, CEOs, HR departments, and managers play a critical role.

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Workforce Trends


The So What Podcast from BCG:
When a Paycheck Is Not Enough

Pay, promotion, and benefits have been the traditional carrots for hiring, exciting, and retaining employees. But feeling safe, challenged, and valued at work can be even more important than a paycheck, says Gabi Novacek, a BCG Henderson Institute fellow researching diversity, equity, and inclusion on this episode of "The So What from BCG" podcast.

The Payoff for Upskilling Women in STEM

Companies can create the workforce they need—and increase the number of women in STEM leadership roles—by offering women more opportunities to build their skills.

Culture & Engagement

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Why the First Year Matters for LGBTQ+ Employees

The first 12 months at a new job are a critical time for LGBTQ+ people to present their authentic selves in the workplace. Those who don’t come out professionally then are likely to remain closeted.

Industry and Regional Insights

The Next Frontier of Workplace Culture

Unchecked workplace stress is fueling a mental health crisis among young Canadians. Fostering resilience and well-being can help businesses address burnout.

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