There is still significant room for improvement

There is still significant room for improvement - Dr. Indranil Bose
Diverse teams foster better employee engagement and productivity and they allow for better problem-solving abilities as varying perspectives often approach business challenges in a new way.

What is your perspective about the state the DEI in Indian Organisations? Is it limited to lip service in most of the cases to talk about and little is happening at ground?

IB While the government wants uniformity and homogeneity in classrooms and the country, companies in India that seek profitable longevity say they are embracing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). They say that they regard people of diverse background, ethnicity, gender, geography and personality-types as helping generate ideas and practices to face a competitive environment by bringing a range of experiences and perspectives and avoiding group think. These companies believe people give their best when they feel they belong, and inclusive places enable employees to be their authentic selves. They say that employee diversity for them is not a problem but a solution. For multinational corporations, DEI is a necessity as their employees are of different nationalities and ethnicities. Their head offices are the world in miniature. For progressive domestic companies, DEI...

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Dr. Indranil Bose

presently the Vice President-Academics and the Professor of the School of Business and Economics at the Adamas University, Kolkata, India is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK (FHEA, UK). He is the advisory council member of the Harvard Business Review. He has been conferred with several national and international awards and accolades.

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Dr. Indranil Bose

presently the Vice President-Academics and the Professor of the School of Business and Economics at the Adamas University, Kolkata, India is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK (FHEA, UK). He is the advisory council member of the Harvard Business Review. He has been conferred with several national and international awards and accolades.

April 2024

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