Professor Mary Gentile’s Giving Voice to Values (GVV) work delves into how we can tackle values issues. Here, she and Lisa Cannell offer insights to help women and men respond to unintended or uninformed — but nevertheless problematic — behaviors before they rise to the level of reporting offenses.
The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women initiative was launched as a $100 million initiative to foster economic growth by providing female entrepreneurs with business education and access to capital.
When we have access to technology, data, investment and expertise, how do we translate it all to social impact? Darden Dean Scott C. Beardsley interviews Shamina Singh, president of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, to find out.
Darden Dean Scott C. Beardsley interviews alumna Carolyn Miles (MBA ’88), president and CEO of Save the Children. They discuss the protracted crisis in Syria, the successful partnership that facilitated the training of 34,000 community health workers in Ethiopia and why inspiring people is key to effective leadership.
How do people respond to social identity threats — circumstances under which people think they may be devalued simply because of their social identity (ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation) or membership in a particular group?
Darden Dean Scott C. Beardsley interviews Carol Sawdye, vice chair and CFO of PricewaterhouseCoopers and alumna of the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce.
How can companies stop spinning their wheels and make real progress toward diversity and inclusion? This case study looks at how JPMorgan Chase worked on getting managers to recruit the best talent from the largest talent pool.