In our digital era, we ask ourselves the question of its impact on the management of diversity: what are the risks and opportunities? Does digitalisation guarantee diversity? What is the link between these two megatrends and how to manage the dynamics and effects generated by digitization and diversity management? All of these issues were addressed by Michael Stuber, an internationally recognized expert in diversity management, at a keynote speech, the highlight of the eighth signature session of the Charter since its inception in 2012.
The digital world can not be sustainable without diversity of employees and customers. Deploying its diversity management strategy, taking into account digitization, involves organizational, cultural and leadership changes that have beneficial effects within organizations. While automation ensures the objectivity of evaluations and statistical analysis helps to identify certain trends, artificial intelligence reproduces unconscious biases and stereotypes. The software perpetuates the biases of their developers. Not so "intelligent" as one might think ... So many challenges for organizations!
17 organizations sign and commit
An annual signature session brings together new organizations wishing to start or go further in their approach to managing diversity.
On 17 May, 17 companies accepted the challenge and made a public commitment at an official session organized by IMS, via the Lëtzebuerg Diversity Charter.
The ceremony was opened by the Minister of Family and Integration, also patron of the Diversity Charter, Corinne Cahen. Welcome to :
- Altran Luxembourg
- Banque Européenne d’Investissement
- Bourse de Luxembourg
- Cabinet Becker & Associés
- Commune de Sanem
- Crèche Barbara
- DLA Piper
- Ecole Internationale de Differdange et d’Esch-sur-Alzette
- Encevo S.A
- Franklin Templeton
- Institut national d'administration publique
- Liberal Jewish Community of Luxembourg
- Tarkett GDL S.A
- Willis Tower Watson