Speaker: Dr. J Jackson-Beckham
Is organizational success a product of good intentions or positive outcomes?
When it comes to sales, marketing, quality, sustainability, or safety, few would hesitate to answer that outcomes matter more than intentions. Why, then, do so many of us cling to our good intentions when evaluating the success of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts?
In this BA Collab Hour, Brewers Association (BA) Equity and Inclusion Partner Dr. J Jackson-Beckham:
- Discusses the importance of developing an outcome-focused approach to DEI efforts
- Explains why, when, and how to collect and interpret demographic information
- Shares multiple approaches to using key performance indicators (KPIs) in DEI work
- Helps attendees to differentiate between data-informed best practices and “check-box” diversity efforts