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How to Avoid the Unexpected Consequences of Your DEI Policy

Harvard Business Review

Will the DEI policy you’re about to implement actually hurt some of the people you’re trying to help? Think about variation within the group of people the policy is aimed at helping; for example, whether the experiences of most women employees might differ from women managers. First, consider subgroups. Second, think big.

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A policy playbook for school innovation, given continued struggles for students

Christensen Institute

As educators, policymakers, and the media fret that the unprecedented levels of federal investment in our nation’s schools during the pandemic haven’t had the impact that they had hoped on helping students rebound, some have asked how policy can help schools rethink and reinvent schooling rather than stick with the status quo.


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Policy by waivers won’t boost school innovation

Christensen Institute

Click To Tweet Public schools today operate under a morass of policies, regulations, and contractual requirements at the local, state, and federal levels. These policies often dictate the resources and processes—or inputs—a school may use to teach students. The problem is that none of these policies equate to learning outcomes.

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A purposeful approach to industry policy


What is clearly missing in Australia, by contrast with most other advanced economies, is a coherent and purposeful approach to industry policy. It may be just a "sugar hit", underwritten by the latest commodity price spike. Let's reflect for a moment on where we are.

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How Digital Transformation will Bend the Curve of the Linear Economy Toward the Circular

Speaker: Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Co-Founder & Managing Director of SmartNations Foundation, Jimmy Jia, Venture Partner at Pi Labs, Fabienne Durand, Senior Advisor to the SmartNations Foundation, & Roger Strukhoff, Executive Director of the Tau Institute

What will be needed on the corporate policy and governance side to drive this? How fast and at what scale can the Linear Economy curve be bent toward the Circular? What will be needed from governments at all levels globally in terms of carrots and sticks? This is a panel discussion you won't want to miss!

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How National Culture and Policy Impact Innovation Strategies


National cultures and policies influence innovation rates, approaches to innovation, and funding. The post How National Culture and Policy Impact Innovation Strategies appeared first on InnovationManagement. Here's what innovation leaders need to know.

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How and Why to Align Government Innovation Strategies with Public Policy Goals


This gives innovation strategy in the government sector a distinct advantage, provided there are clear policy goals. The post How and Why to Align Government Innovation Strategies with Public Policy Goals appeared first on IdeaScale. It becomes a question of properly aligning strategy and goals for maximum impact.

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