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

How Diverse Leadership Teams Boost Innovation

Diversity drives innovation and innovation drives diversity. BCG Partner Rocío Lorenzo explains how diverse leadership teams establish themselves and thrive.

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Developing Leaders

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Women on the Move

BCG research shows that, contrary to popular belief, the majority of women are willing to travel abroad for work. By making international posts more appealing to women as well as to men, companies can build more balanced leadership teams.

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Podcasts from Women@BCG

Experts discuss the latest research on diversity and inclusion.

Workforce Trends

Winning the Race for Women in Digital

To build the digital workforce that the future demands, companies must recruit—and retain—women.

Culture & Engagement

Flex-Work Programs That Actually Work

Managing Director and Senior Partner Leila Hoteit offers six imperatives to make flexible-work programs truly effective. Some deal with implementation, while others deal with culture. But all are crucial for success.

Engaging Men

How Millennial Men Can Help Break the Glass Ceiling

BCG Managing Director and Partner Michael Tan explains that younger men are closely aligned with women in how they view gender diversity challenges—and should be a significant part of the solution.

Industry Insights

Why Gender-Based Marketing Is Bad for Business

BCG's Gaby Barrios explains that to build better brands, companies must look beyond gender-based marketing.

What’s Keeping Women Out of Data Science?

An image problem in this fast-growing field has turned into a potentially dangerous diversity problem. Companies must do more to dispel the myths and combat the negative perceptions.

Regional Perspectives

The Diversity Dividend in Southeast Asia

Only about half the companies in the region have a formal diversity program in place—far lower than the global average. But those initiatives are generating results.

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