Diversity audit is not a program; it is a process of systemic organizational change. No change effort will go far without some form of organizational diagnosis. A formal measurement of the organization’s current state is necessary, both as a guide for action planning and to set a baseline for assessing the diversity change initiative’s progress. Diversity audits are a way of examining a diversity strategy, a culture, systems, and procedures against a strategic analysis framework to identify which aspects are working well and which need to be examined in more detail. They are the basis of specific, practical diversity action plans and strategies. They also provide a benchmark to track improvements over time, against which progress can be measured.

A diversity audit launches the initial steps ...

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