Greater Cleveland Roundtable demonstrates connections between diversity and economics

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sun, 01/23/2005 - 01:29.

Those companies with diverse board (of directors) representation benefit from having executives who "get away from group-think" and "challenge the prevailing way of thinking," promotes The Greater Cleveland Roundtable in their weekly e-news on trends in diversity and inclusion. They further quote the CEO of diversity award winner Pitney Bowes as saying diverse directors "pay more attention to moral issues and how the frontline employees feel...They're more challenging of the orthodox ways of thinking." That is the kind of thinking we need in NEO - go to the Roundtable site and subscribe to their eNews for such insight in your box weekly.

The Roundtable is a program of the Greater Cleveland Partnership (formed in merger of the Roundtable, Cleveland Tomorrow, and Growth Association) that "serves as a catalyst, facilitator, and strategic planner to promote economic inclusion and social equity in Northeast Ohio."

Whatever happened to this Greater Cleveland Roundtable?

Their website seems outdated.


Always Appreciative, "ANGELnWard14"