The Value of the Technical Professional in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiatives

Posted November 4, 2020 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies Cutter Benchmark Review, Cutter Business Technology Journal
Nicole D. Price focuses on technical professionals and their underused skills, knowledge, and insights when tackling diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. She offers seven specific attributes of technical professionals and discusses how those attributes are well suited for this challenging work. Among them are logic and reason, reliance on evidence-based research for problem solving, the ability to imagine a better future, and healthy conflict.
About The Author
Nicole Price
Nicole D. Price is a chemical engineer and CEO of the leadership development company Lively Paradox. Through transformational training workshops and keynote presentations, she delivers actionable insights and skills to help leaders, teams, and individuals bring their full selves and best efforts to work, every day. Dr. Price earned a master’s degree in adult and continuing education from Park University and a doctorate in education from Capella… Read More
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