Management & Technology
Purpose – Most global organizations have a diversity and inclusion (D&I) statement and initiatives to advance equity within their organizations though minimal traction is evidenced by what is espoused. This article demonstrates how to make progress in D&I generalizable to global workplaces.
Approach – Approaching D&I initiatives as collectivist working society bridges gaps in resourcing, powering, and actualizing D&& organizationally unlike is being demonstrated in companies where D&I is facilitated by majority groups.
Originality/value – This article provides human resource practitioners with a systemic method of advancing diversity and inclusion equitably while promoting organizational citizenship comparable to thriving workplaces.
Strategic HR Review
Emerald Publishing Limited
Required Publisher’s Statement
This article has been deposited under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No derivatives 4.0 International license. The version of record can be found here: https://doi.org/10.1108/SHR-05-2020-0048
Scholarly Commons Citation
Roberts, R. (2020). From Snacking on Diversity and Inclusion to Systemic Organizational Consumption. Strategic HR Review, 20(4). https://doi.org/10.1108/SHR-05-2020-0048