In the last few years, many companies have vowed to diversify their workforces and their leadership. The goal: build businesses that look more like America.
And yet, the numbers tell us a familiar story: C-Suites are increasingly dominated by white men. How can companies foster real inclusion if they lack it at the top?
The Atlantic gathered leaders from across industries to explore why the push to diversify has yet to reap results. What new strategies have worked? And what kinds of fundamental change must happen for real, lasting inclusion?