The technological-based demise of Retail Banking signals the end of the last bastions of uniqueness within our global financial institutions. This poses a potentially fatal D&I dilemma for banks and regulators wrestling with their resistance to change and outdated perceptions of the value of difference.
Financial markets connect investors to borrowers, multiplying and redistributing wealth within economies. But increasingly, that redistribution no longer appears equitable, threatening trust in the financial system. We looked at where regulators fit in the D&I equation.
From the UK's 3rd female Prime Minister to appointing the most diverse cabinet in history to resignation in just 6 weeks. We explain where it all went wrong for Liz Truss' administration, draw lessons for true leaders and consider the implications for the D&I agenda
After a year watching and listening to the efforts of operators across the D&I industry and beyond, our Founder shares some frank words and uncomfortable truths about the state of the industry entrusted to deliver meaningful change that got stuck on meaningless talk.
Ever feel like you're the only person in your firm with a personality? Then your firm is almost certainly running a 'Culture Fit' model. You might want to have a word with your HR team after reading this article. Because your firm won't exist much longer.
How systemmic structural oppression is underpinned by decpeption, denial, collusion and conflicts of interest that span our ruling classes, rendering success on D&I verifiably impossible. Trust me, I've tried everything for 15 years. Except one thing...
Across an industry charging £8bn a year to talk 'D&I', one irrelevant flicker of light is talking 'change'. Is that even a product? The answer is no, but we changed all that. Now clocking 9 world records for change including birthing 2 entirely new sciences, still nobody has asked us to fix their D&I dilemma. It's as if they don't want change. Too bad. Welcome to the future of all Human-output Business - the creation of Sapience (I think) and Clarketech (therefore I am). Change. We're ready when you are.
Look inside almost any home and you'll understand that Human’s have an instinctive dislike of Black and White. Here we explain why, and consider its implications on how we make all decisions from the things we buy to the way we behave to our fellow Humans.