The Diversity Disconnect—Deloitte’s Mike Fucci discusses findings from the firm’s Board Diversity Survey

Diversity is a big subject in business today, but while most people believe in the need for greater diversity, making it happen has been slow to progress. This is especially true on corporate boards, which often are reluctant to bring new perspectives and skillsets into the fold. Deloitte’s recent Board Diversity Survey revealed a disconnect between the number of board members who agree more diversity is a good thing and boards actually doing something about it. Consulting caught up with Mike Fucci, Deloitte’s Chairman of the Board, for some insight into that disparity and what boards can do to broaden their diversity.

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