No short cuts - why it's worth taking the time to build inclusive leadership culture

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No short cuts - why it's worth taking the time to build inclusive leadership culture
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No short cuts - why it's worth taking the time to build inclusive leadership culture

The drive for greater diversity in tech has been gathering momentum for some time, with many firms realising that the 'tech bro' image and culture is actively working against both their short-term commercial interests and their long-term potential for growth.

The trouble is that many technology leaders tend to be wired to seek shortcuts and work arounds - a minimum viable product. When building an inclusive workplace, this approach won't work. Diverse workforces...

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