Demonstrating the Business Case for D&I: Stories from Asia

Ongoing research of Community Business' Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN)

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Demonstrating the Business Case for Diversity & Inclusion: Stories from Asia is an initiative of Community Businessí leading Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN). 

DIAN, an initiative of Community Business, is a unique network of leading companies committed to progressing diversity and inclusion in Asia. Members work together to understand diversity and inclusion issues pertinent to the region, share and develop best practice and impact positive change. Each year, members also collaborate on a pioneering project designed to advance diversity and inclusion in Asia - in their own organisations and beyond. DIAN 2015 is comprised of 44 companies:

 

Learn more about DIAN>>.

 
Other tools and resources produced by DIAN:

Each year, DIAN member companies work together to produce pioneering research and tools that help organisations in Asia progress their diversity and inclusion strategy.

Publications:
  • Gender Diversity Benchmark for Asia
  • Ageing: Impact on Companies in Asia
  • Bringing out the Best in Asian Talent
  • Adopting an Asian Lens to Talent Development
  • Engaging Managers in Asia on D&I
  • Examining D&I from an Asian Perspective
    (Download these publications and more)
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