Aleria in the Press
We actively participate in conversations around Diversity & Inclusion, Diversity Tech, and related research.
You can often find our team speaking at conferences, coordinating industry events, and sharing insights on podcasts. In addition to the interviews, presentations, and articles listed below, we regularly publish content to Medium, Forbes, LinkedIn, Women 2.0 and more.
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Making diversity part of your CSR agenda turns it into a “nice to have” and one of the first things to get cut in difficult times. Instead, diversity should be seen as a business imperative and the most important element of a company’s return on investment.
Aleria's CEO recognized in Bleeker's list of 21 extraordinary entrepreneurs that are shaping the future of work. Many have influenced how we think about resilience, ingenuity, and cooperation.
I don’t think Peter Drucker ever actually said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” But he certainly recognized the influential role that culture plays in corporate success and failure. The problem is that nobody really knows how to measure culture’s effects, let alone what levers to pull and how hard to pull them to get a great one.
A quantitative approach that links individual behaviors to company performance will revolutionize talent management and make diversity an unavoidable part of the solution.
Biases – we all have them. Are they useful? What do they tell us about ourselves or corp culture? And most importantly, how can a social engineer use them. Join us with Paolo Gaudiano in this excellent podcast.
Based on conversations with hundreds of people, attending conference sessions, reading articles and books, we have started to compile a list of simple things that all of us can do in our daily lives to embrace D&I.
Corporate America has a lot of work to do to build on the current groundswell of support for equality in the workplace. Aleria wants to help these companies achieve gender balance through complex computer modeling.
This event brought together leaders from a variety of sectors to discuss the current status of D&I in their fields, and to explore opportunities for research and collaboration.
After posting a series of questions on LinkedIn about gender equality in the workplace, venture capital investor and A Plus founder Ashton Kutcher held a question and answer session on Facebook Live alongside Effie Epstein, a fellow partner at Sound Ventures. Aleria was referenced among the tools and resources used to uncover blind bias.
In this episode, Haley interviews Paolo Gaudiano, an entrepreneur, teacher and visionary who applies complexity science and thinking to all aspects of his work and life.