Research: What Inclusive Companies Have in Common
Our survey of HBR readers revealed that 65% of respondents did not think that their organizations are diverse and inclusive. When we separated the organizations that were rated highly for diversity and inclusion from those that received low marks, some cultural differences emerged. Among organizations rated as very or extremely diverse and inclusive, 14% had an organizational culture in which learning was the most salient culture style. In comparison, among organizations rated as not at all or not very diverse and inclusive, only 8% ranked learning as the most salient style.
Harvard Business Review survey data