How Corporate America is Tackling Unconscious Bias

Unconscious Bias Brain

FORTUNE MAGAZINE By Elizabeth G. Olson |  January 15, 2015 Roche Diagnostics and Royal Bank of Canada have launched internal initiatives in hopes of increasing workforce diversity. Equality is a worthy goal—but its tough to achieve when unconscious bias so pervades the American workplace. Certainly women have made inroads in corporate America, but a Pew […]

Don’t Let Biases Your Derail Hiring Process


INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY By Mathew Kosinski  |  November 18, 2014 “If you are human, you are biased,” proclaims “Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives,” the latest book from Howard J. Ross, founder and chief learning officer of Cook Ross, Inc. Perhaps such a statement makes you feel bad: Me? Biased? Really? No way! Fear […]

Rooting Out Hidden Bias

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HR MAGAZINE By Dana Wilkie | December 1, 2014 Jennifer Allyn is not someone you’d expect to embrace the notion that a woman’s place is at home. She earned a master’s degree from Harvard Kennedy School, served as an HR consultant to Fortune 500 companies and is currently leading diversity efforts for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. She sits on women’s leadership […]