Many businesses pay lip-service to diversity. Yet when it comes to implementation, many fall into the traps that prevent them from making serious progress.

Companies spend a lot of money on diversity initiatives, and also on fixing the issues that often arise out of not making diversity and inclusion a priority. According to a 2017 report by the Kapor Center, titled “Tech Leavers Study,” systemic bias and mistreatment costs the tech industry $16 billion a year. Companies channel those funds to introducing diversity initiatives—yet very few have made substantial progress.

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