Accelerating Cultural Knowledge
to Create Solutions
Educational institutions, the workplace, and communities continue to evolve based on changing demographics, the role of technology, competition for talent and loyalty, and global trends. The human factor is at the heart of an organization’s well-being and prosperity, requiring informed leadership to drive change and success.
Cultural knowledge represents values, beliefs, and practices held by organizations and individuals. The use of cultural knowledge positions organizations for new planning, adaptations and other forms of change that can lead to creative solutions to further thrive.
Women, women of color, and persons of color are underrepresented in senior administrative roles across multiple industries. To change this reality requires several outcome-oriented strategies.
The end of another Latinx/Hispanic Heritage month ends on October 15th following special events and celebrations on campuses and in […]Read More ›
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