IE Center for Diversity in Global Management

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We live in complex times, when complex solutions are needed and where one-size fits all solutions no longer apply. Diversity is a journey and like any journey, requires careful navigation. The mission of the IE Center for Diversity in Global Management to help organizations navigate these complex times by harnessing the power of diversity to help them become resilient, efficient and to innovate. The IE Center for Diversity in Global Management was created in September 2002, and has since become an invaluable resource for the IE community. The Center’s objectives are essentially achieved via training, applied research and awareness-raising activities, as well as through networking events designed to foster international debate. Supported by the IE Foundation, the center draws on the technological and entrepreneurial spirit of IE, benefitting from its emphasis on the Humanities.

Demographic Diversity

The characteristics given to us at birth and that connect us with our identities of origin

Experiential Diversity

The different life experiencies that shape our emotional universe and that shape our likes and dislikes with others over time in our identities of growth

Cognitive Diversity

The differences in thougth that make us look for others minds to complement our thinking: what we migth all identities of aspiration.

INNODIVERSITY INDEX (IDI)

INNODIVERSITY INDEX (IDI)

 

 

Read the The Second Report InnoDiversity Index (available in Spanish)

Access the Executive Summary by clicking here (in Spanish)

Access the Synopsis in Spanish by clicking here (English version here)

60% of companies acknowledge having dedicated greater human, economic and organizational resources to managing inclusion and promoting innovation during the pandemic.

The study, sponsored by HP and Pfizer, in which 297 companies of all sizes and fields participated, reveals that all the indicators that make up the Innodiversity Index have increased: diversity, innovation and innodiversity.

By using the Diversity Tree, a research instrument that allows companies to make a diagnosis of their own organization and make decisions to correct errors and improve their competitiveness, the report analyzes the degree of maturity of companies in these areas, and classifies them into four categories: uncommitted, committed, expert, and referent.

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Read the Report ‘LA INNODIVERSIDAD EN EL TEJIDO EMPRESARIAL ESPAÑOL 2019’ by clicking here

GENDER ASPIRATION GAP

GENDER ASPIRATION GAP INDICATOR

 

 

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Three Drivers to Harness the Power of Diversity