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Which Diversity Programs Actually Improve Diversity?

Traders work at a desk of the NYSE Euronext office in Paris on May 24, 2011.  (Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images)
Traders work at a desk of the NYSE Euronext office in Paris on May 24, 2011. (Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images)

After a series of high profile sex discrimination lawsuits in the last 20 years, Wall Street firms have expanded diversity training and programs. However, Harvard Business Review reports that diversity does not seem to be improving, and that part of the reason may have to do with how diversity programs are conducted.

Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with HBR’s Curt Nickisch about what works and what doesn’t.

Guest

Curt Nickisch, senior editor at Harvard Business Review. He tweets @CurtNickisch.

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