10+ Best Articles on Diversity
The most useful articles on diversity from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Diversity Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on diversity by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Digital transformation depends on diversity
- Internet 'is not working for women and girls', says Berners-Lee
- Remote work is the next diversity frontier
- The Dangers of Overpersonalization
- The Other Diversity Dividend
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Digital transformation depends on diversity
We have an opportunity to apply AI and machine learning to propel the future and do good. That begins with diverse teams that reflect the full diversity and rich perspectives of our world.
«One of the myths about digital transformation is that it’s all about harnessing technology. It’s not. To succeed, digital transformation inherently requires and relies on diversity.»
Internet 'is not working for women and girls', says Berners-Lee
Inventor of world wide web calls for urgent action to make cyberspace safer for women and girls
Remote work is the next diversity frontier
Organizations that don’t actively support remote work are limiting their capacity to engage with top talent.
Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports—and Little Progress
In 2014, when Silicon Valley companies began disclosing the demographics of their workforces, advocates hoped for change. It hasn't worked out that way.
Workplace Excited to Add More Diversity as Long as It Doesn't Change Anything
Justice Labs, a technology company based in Palo Alto, CA, has been in desperate need of more employee diversity since it was founded as a start-up five years ago. Fortunately, company leaders are…
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on diversity.
The Dangers of Overpersonalization
Too much personalization leads to homogeneous experiences for users and can generate content fatigue and lack of diversity.
Why the web needs to work for women and girls
On the World Wide Web’s 31st birthday, our founder and web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee reflects on the challenges we face to deliver on our vision of a web
Eight Ways to Make Your D&I Efforts Less Talk and More Walk
It’s time to raise the bar for diversity & inclusion — and Aubrey Blanche has the playbook that can help startups couple caring deeply with acting quickly. Here, she shares eight strategies that have made a difference at Atlassian.
The Other Diversity Dividend
We know that varied teams make better decisions. A new study shows they also make better investments.
Increasing gender diversity in the STEM research workforce
! ILLUSTRATION: DAVE CUTLER Women experience substantial, gender-specific barriers that can impede their advancement in research careers. These include unconscious biases that negatively…
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