Businesses know that improving diversity is an ethical responsibility. But it’s also a sound business decision. Here’s why, according to an MIT scholar quoted in The New York Times: “What we find is that functionally novel innovations–those for which a market is not yet defined–tend to come from users.” Skateboards were invented by young Californians who wanted to “surf” the streets. Surgeons built the first heart-lung machines.
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