Gartner research finds that in a diverse workforce, where the perspectives of diverse and nondiverse employees are valued, performance improves by 12%, and intent to stay by 20%.

However, in spite of multiyear investments, organizations haven't made as much progress with D&I as they'd like, especially in the leadership ranks. Questions about who is accountable for workplace diversity, how to source diverse talent and how to manage diversity have stunted efforts.

There's no question that some companies have made more progress than others. Download our white paper to learn the seven key imperatives the best companies have aligned with to go beyond commitment and drive real results from diversity and inclusion.