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Why Dimensional Diversity Drives Innovation

By 2018, most companies will agree that businesses benefit from a more diverse workforce. Beyond the benefits to the business and culture, companies are starting see how dimensional diversity can drive innovation. A dimensional view of diversity includes designing teams that include people with diverse personal backgrounds, as well as multifaceted skills. 

Here, Chloe Gottlieb (now Director of User Experience at Google) explores concrete examples of work that have benefited from this approach and methods for designing teams with intersectionality.

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