Leadership and Career Development A non-exhaustive reading list to improve your DEI initiatives Aug, 2023 | Article Ray Tsai Fang Sarah Kaplan Sonia Kang András Tilcsik Joyce He Nicola Lacetera Nouman Asraf Carmina Ravanera For leaders interested in improving their understanding of the work that still needs to be done and challenges marginalized groups continue to face, we’ve compiled a reading (and listening) list to get you started. Talent Management and Inclusion How to create a remote work policy that works everyone Mar, 2023 | Podcast Sarah Kaplan Carmina Ravanera What role should the office play, and can companies create equitable and sustainable WFH policies that work for all employees? Rotman's Sarah Kaplan and Carmina Ravanera weigh in on the latest episode of the Executive Summary. Sustainability and Social Impact The future of care May, 2022 | Article Laura Lam Carmina Ravanera Sarah Kaplan From new technologies to rethinking work-life balance, the pandemic upended the way we think of caregivers, shining light on how they are intricately linked to the broader economy. So what now, and how should we prepare for the next crisis? Governance and Risk Management Myth: gender quotas thwart meritocracy Oct, 2021 | Article Rainbow Murray Daehyun Kim Alyson Colón Carmina Ravanera There's a live debate on the issue of whether to implement gender quotas for leadership positions, boards, political parties and other groups. Are gender quotas bad for meritocracy? We bust some myths with leading experts. Talent Management and Inclusion Myth: gender equality only benefits women Oct, 2021 | Podcast Paulette Senior Michael G. Flood Jake Stika Alyson Colón Carmina Ravanera Conversations around gender equality tend to focus on the significant barriers to resources and opportunities that women face. There is a pervasive myth that gender equality will only benefit women. Yet gender equality benefits everyone. Talent Management and Inclusion Making the economy work for everyone: intersectionality and power Jan, 2021 | Article Carmina Ravanera Anjum Sultana Confidence in the economy is shaped by the health of the population, and one pillar of that involves race, gender, class and other factors that intersect to impact marginalization and oppression.