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How Do We 'Operationalize' Diversity and Inclusion For More Innovation... ?
By Marguerite Mcleod-Fleming

What is the next step beyond inclusive bias training? How do you optimize the power (and business results) of diversity as your own team innovates?   Read More

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If it's Broke, Fix It: Solutions For Building a Diverse Workforce
By WITI News Staff

Activists point out that many industries have failed to address diversity concerns. The TV, movie, sports, and publishing industries all fall short of the ideal.   Read More

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Leveling Up: What Women Want From Their Careers
By WITI News Staff

According to the WITI-commissioned Women in Technology Survey, 2018, both men and women want schedule flexibility, a good work-life balance, and a sense of purpose in what they do.   Read More

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A Jane of All Trades: 2019's Hall of Fame Inductees
By WITI News Staff

What do an engineer, a corporate vice president, two professors and a founder have in common? They're all Women In Technology International's 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees.   Read More

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5 Reasons to Send Your Female Employees to a Tech Conference
By WITI News Staff

At tech conferences, especially ones where women are the dominantly focused on group, attendees are encouraged to share their struggles and their triumphs ultimately to find community in places they never thought possible.   Read More

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Six House Noises You Should Never Ignore
By GEICO Staff

Houses frequently make noises-a floor creaks, a pipe gurgles, a refrigerator hums-but while some sounds are harmless and even charming, others are early indicators of potential problems that warrant attention.   Read More