Game makers do not look like game consumers. In less than seven years, 57% of video game players in the U.S. between the ages of six and 29 will be people of color, but the industry remains extraordinarily white.
Every division at Morgan Stanley has its own diversity efforts in place – not unusual for a firm that size – and those programs range from diversity councils to programming to target-setting. With wide-ranging efforts comes a complication.
After announcing in October that leadership pay will be tied to hitting corporate ESG goals, Starbucks has now provided a deeper look into its executive compensation strategy in a newly-released 2021 Civil Rights Assessment. The ESG goals are aggressive and the linkage is, well, strong.
A new report from Deloitte suggests that tech executives can address the high attrition rate among women technologists by — and we should have seen this coming — directly addressing the issues that push them out of the workforce.
Between June and December, six tech giants, including Netflix and Twitter, pledged to invest more than $945 million to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) as part of their racial equity efforts.
Cloudera's Sarah Shin had her work cut out for her when she was promoted from Head of Diversity, Inclusion, and Learning to CDO in August 2020. The company was missing vital information about its race and gender demographic due to a longstanding reliance on legacy systems.
Companies are increasingly changing their CDO reporting structure. Facebook announced in 2020 that its CDO Maxine Williams will now report to COO Sheryl Sandberg, while Nielsen’s newly appointed CDO Sandra Sims-Williams reports to CEO David Kenny, who previously held that title.