Kotter Celebrates International Women's Day

“Equality is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue.” – International Women’s Day Website Happy (Belated) International Women’s Day! In the spirit of harnessing our individual experiences for collective growth, we’ve asked the women at Kotter to answer questions on their experience as women in the workplace.

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Throughout Black History Month we featured articles that delved into topics of race and diversity. In his posts, Rod Walker shared his experience as a minority in the consulting sector and in the workplace at large, and discussed the importance of diversity on corporate boards. In her post, Vanessa Akhtar explores the Oscars, the continued lack of diversity amongst both nominees and recipients, and the resulting impact on the stories that get told in entertainment.

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It’s not every day that something steeped in the landscape of business as we know it just…changes. That’s just what happened when the Business Roundtable gathered in late August of 2019 and declared that optimizing shareholder value was no longer the chief goal of an enterprise.

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In any movement, someone has to be willing to be the “lone nut” – the one who takes the first, visible action, no matter how small. Malala Yousafzai, globally recognized as a brave and vocal advocate for education and who was attacked by the Taliban for her efforts, began by writing an anonymous blog. Over time, her message of equal rights gained momentum around the world. That first step can feel scary or trivial – like it isn’t enough. But if we continue to wait until our efforts feel big enough, we may never act.

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Higher education is much the same today as it has been for generations. Though more people attend college now than ever before, post-secondary institutions remain notoriously slow to change – despite the shifting needs and demands of students. Just as technology is shifting the status quo across industries, digital advancements are calling for greater transformation in the field of higher education.

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