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dmi:Diversity in Design Manifesto

 

Getting a seat at the table enables us to increase our level of influence, visibility, and impact within the organization. If we want our table to reflect the influence of the many cultures, ethnicities, generations, and various backgrounds and experience levels of the changing workforce, then we need to open up and change the seats available at the table.

- Shirley Davis,
PhD. CSP

 

 

DMI Resources on Diversity & Inclusion in Design

 

dmi:Review Vol.29, Issue 3

 

 

Training is not the cure to responding to poor decisions made by management, or to public outrage when revelations of bad behavior threaten a company’s brand. Culture transformation is. 12 strategies for achieving sustainable culture transformation.
Dear CEO: Culture Transformation is the Solution, Not Training
by Dr. Shirley Davis

 

 

Executives are talking about the importance of having a diverse and inclusive organization order to be more innovative and competitive. The question arises: should they focus on improving represenatation, or create a more inclusive culture first?
Designing a Diversity and Inclusion Plan That Works
by Patricia Pope

 

 

Design research teams are becoming more diverse. How do individuals balance the pride they feel for their different backgrounds and experiences, with the imperative to perform their job in cultures where they inherently stand out?
The Incognito Ethnographer: Navigating the Art of “Passing” in Design Research
by Lydia Timlin-Broussard

 

 

 

 

DMI Members may download the entire Review vol.29, issue 3 here.
Non-members may purchase here.

   
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