Those of you thinking about highly qualified talent in the workforce of the future may want to keep an eye on Fisher v. The University of Texas at Austin, a case taken up by the Supreme Court not too long ago. It could blow up your pipeline. At issue is what’s called “The Top Ten… Read more »
Someone with deep interest in diversity and inclusion, but who doesn’t work directly in the field, recently posed a question about a diversity paradigm. Here’s one answer, and more questions.
Someone just asked me why a diverse workforce is important to economic development. This person was planning remarks for a panel presentation. She had presumed the importance of diversity and asked, why is this so? Despite diversity’s increasingly visible place in U. S. and international business practices, this type of question still arises, and often…. Read more »
While I’m on the subject of my daughter… She and I drove a moving truck, towing a car on a transport, from Colorado Springs to Austin. It was an adventure. One that I don’t necessarily think everyone needs to have. While at a truck stop south of Lubbock, I took a short walk. As I… Read more »