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We at Mindhatch deeply believe that diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are essential to workplace innovation and creativity. Impactful diversity and equity work requires us to center the voices of marginalized people and make a lifelong commitment to listening, empathy, unlearning, and re-learning. In this spirit, Mindhatch posed the following questions to 5 leading diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) experts.
Find out how Mindhatch Founder & CEO Coonoor Behal helps clients overcome common obstacles in applying design thinking to business challenges.
Today, April 21st is World Innovation & Creativity Day! We’ve gathered our best Mindhatch Insights in one place to help you celebrate.
How do you know if your company is a true “innovator” or not? Sure, your company might have some good ideas and a couple of outstanding thinkers, but is that a fluke? Learn about the three types of innovation that companies pursue.
Tools and techniques that will ensure your next virtual meeting or event won’t diminish employee morale, retention, or innovation.
With National Fun at Work Day, your company has the opportunity to incorporate more play into remote work—which is essential. Here are three reasons why.
Though fostering true Diversity, Inclusion and Equity can be challenging, and each of these pillars addresses a unique yet interrelated goal, there are ways to avoid and transform policies that merely tokenize and leverage the innovative potential diversity gives your business.
An abundance mindset will make your team more collaborative and innovative by reframing challenges as opportunities and limitations as possibilities.
Design Thinking is all around us. You can use it creatively to solve a problem with your team or even apply it learning a new skill. Our Mindhatch Design Thinking Associate, Varshini Balaji, design thinks her way through the baking process.
This article was originally published as a part of Maggie Greene Style’s Women In Business showcase. Some of her closest friends call her “elegant yet foul” and she loves it. The phrase captures two truths about her personality: she presents well and can command a room. She’s also got a well-developed bullshit detector and isn’t … Continued
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