Equitable Performance Metrics Any Organization Can Measure Now
Written by Jasmine N. Hall Ratliffe - Adjunct Professor at St. Louis University College and Consultant at Keecha Harris and Associates inc.
By 2044, people of color will be a majority of the population in America. As we move toward this reality, broad opportunities exist for organizations to address the enormous inequities that people of color face in health, wealth, employment opportunities, and more.
As diversity increases and exclusion of people of color continues, organizations in various sectors need to start from within to work toward a brighter future where historic injustices can be ameliorated, present barriers to equity can be lifted, and future barriers to equal opportunity can be prevented. A first step in looking inward is to address organizational structures, processes, and practices. In addressing these operational systems and practices, organizations that are outwardly working on social justice issues can truly “walk the talk.”
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