The new International Business Case Report (IBCR 3.1) represents a new milestone in the history of the Business Case for Diversity. This revised edition of the unique global research report summarises 205 carefully selected studies substantiating the value-added from Diversity & Inclusion.
IBCR 3.1 takes the Business Case for Diversity to a new level by providing new quality of evidence for the benefits of effectively managing differences. The report does this through 205 systematically evaluated empirical studies from 36 different countries or regions, all checked for significance, robustness, validity, reliability and, if applicable, for statistical bias. It covers 6 out of 7 key dimensions of diversity: Age, Ethnicity/Culture, Disability, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Work/Life-Balance. The studies show that D&I leads to internal benefits on organisational, interpersonal and individual levels as well as external advantages vis-à-vis clients or markets, shareholders or candidates.
The new International Business Case Report is an indispensable desktop reference tool that helps you convincing your internal stakeholders of the need for and benefits from D&I. Furthermore, it implies strategic advice on how to fine-tune your D&I programmes for effectiveness and success. For many studies go beyond simple causalities and show mediating or moderating factors that make a difference.
The International Business Case Report 3.1 presents an unrivalled collection of selected, high-quality studies on managing differences in a various business areas. IBCR 3.1 hence provides a mixture of inspiration for comprehensive D&I approaches and empirical evidence on the benefits of a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace. Order now and benefit from this unique collection of validated insight.