A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity: Why We Invest in Employee Resource Groups

A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity: Why We Invest in Employee Resource Groups

As part of a journey to strengthen our culture of inclusion, I began writing quarterly articles designed to stimulate conversation about relevant, and sometimes challenging topics. The idea is that healthy and open dialogue is an essential prerequisite to breaking down the barriers to inclusion. In my latest article, I look at the topic of employee resource groups (ERGs).…

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A Conversation About Inclusion and Diversity: Tackling Unconscious Bias and Its Impact on the Workplace

A Conversation About Inclusion and Diversity: Tackling Unconscious Bias and Its Impact on the Workplace

As part of a journey to strengthen our culture of inclusion, I began writing quarterly articles designed to stimulate conversation about relevant, and sometimes challenging topics. The idea is that healthy and open dialogue is an essential prerequisite to breaking down the barriers to inclusion. This quarter, we address how unconscious bias impacts the workplace, and specifically, work...

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A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity:  The “Silent” Challenge of Creating Equal Networking Opportunities In and Outside of the Workplace

A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity: The “Silent” Challenge of Creating Equal Networking Opportunities In and Outside of the Workplace

As part of a journey to strengthen our culture of inclusion, we began writing quarterly editorials last year designed to stimulate conversation about relevant and sometimes challenging topics. The idea is that healthy and open dialogue is an essential prerequisite to breaking down the barriers to inclusion. We are energized by the feedback to date, and are excited to continue this conversation...

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A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity, Part 4: One Year Later, How Open Dialogue Has Inspired Action

A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity, Part 4: One Year Later, How Open Dialogue Has Inspired Action

This year, in an effort to be transparent about the journey we are undertaking to strengthen our culture of inclusion with both our employees and external stakeholders – our clients and neighbors in the communities where we live and work – we are publishing a series of articles to create an open dialog about inclusion and diversity.…

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A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity, Part 2: Building a Unified Team in a Merger or Acquisition

A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity, Part 2: Building a Unified Team in a Merger or Acquisition

This year, in an effort to be transparent about the journey we are undertaking to strengthen our culture of inclusion with both our employees and external stakeholders – our clients and neighbors in the communities where we live and work – we are publishing a series of articles to create an open dialog about inclusion and diversity.…

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A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity: Part 1 – The Tipping Point

A Conversation About Inclusion & Diversity: Part 1 – The Tipping Point

Workplace inclusion and diversity is a priority for organizations in all sectors, and West Monroe Partners is no different. Inclusion and diversity are vital to our firm’s ability to deliver consistent value and differentiated services and solution, and more importantly, are embedded in our core values. As we’ve grown to more than 800 people in 11 offices across the United States, fostering an...

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How Competitive is Washington State in the Innovation Economy?

As the director of West Monroe’s Seattle office, I was very interested to read The Technology Alliance’s assessment of the health of the local technology economy in their recently published report, “Benchmarking Washington’s Innovation Economy.” The report analyzes how Washington State’s technology sector performed in 2014 compared to 11 peer states with technology-intensive economies under...

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What Does It Take To Be A Great Leader?

Brian Paulen director of West Monroe Partners West Coast Customer Technology practice, and former Madrona Solutions Group CEO,  joined a panel of top Seattle CEO’s to discuss his thoughts on what it takes to be a great leader, and why great leadership is important. Here’s a look at his thoughts on leadership and its importance to an organization.…

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