Inclusalytics: How Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders Use Data to Drive Their Work

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Inclusalytics is for inner variety, fairness, and inclusion (DEI) leaders who need to take a extra data-driven method to their work. The authors combine tales from the DEI consulting frontlines, organizational science, and interview knowledge with DEI leaders (from Fortune 500 corporations to startups, academia, nonprofits, and extra), demonstrating why knowledge is the important thing to main profitable DEI efforts.

Inclusalytics gives DEI and folks leaders with a transparent and detailed course of to demonstrably transfer the needle nearer towards a office the place everybody can thrive, particularly these from underrepresented and traditionally excluded teams.

If you happen to lead DEI efforts inside a company, we wrote Inclusalytics as a step-by-step a information you need to use to validly and reliably collect, measure, observe, and make the most of knowledge to find out, set, impression, and measure the effectiveness of your DEI technique and interventions.

Treating DEI as a vital enterprise metric is the one option to sustainably decide to—and display ROI—of your DEI efforts.

Group psychologists, DEI consultants, and enterprise house owners, Victoria Mattingly, PhD, and Sertrice Grice, MS partnered with award-winning writer Allison Goldstein to transform their technical DEI+knowledge experience into readable, relatable (and dare we are saying, ENJOYABLE!) non-fiction masterpieces.

Study extra concerning the e book and get entry to unique updates, occasion invitations, and bonus supplies at www.inclusalytics.com.

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  1. Robert M.Robert M.

    Anything worth doing, is worth doing right, but when it comes to diversity , equity and inclusion (DEI) it can be hard to know if your efforts are making a difference when it’s not something you have done / do often. This book provides a phenomenal, step by step framework to DEI that is enjoyable to read and easy to reference. Anyone who is interested in DEI as a career, improving it workin their organization, or simply as an initiative because you want to demonstrate compassion for others, will love this book. Highly recommend.

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  2. Kevin England, Ph.D.

    As a DEI practitioner and a self-proclaimed data junkie, I was intrigued by the premise of this book. I’ve ready plenty of books centered around DEI topics, and most seem to focus on the business case for DEI work, or on the reasons why Inclusion is so challenging (like unconscious bias), or on steps organizations can take to make employees feel more included… this book does all of that, but it has a unique emphasis on how to use data to draw meaningful insights and then do something about it.This isn’t a book that’s going to solve all of your team’s or organization’s DEI issues. (No book is, of course!) But the real value here is in establishing a rigorous, data-focused understanding of those issues, and using that same data to make improvements. It’s a FANTASTIC foundation for anyone who’s serious about making a real impact.

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  3. S. Knight

    My favorite book to explain measuring DEI in the work center. It’s a wonderful read. I quoted this book a lot in DEI graduate school and use it often in my DEI role. I have recommended this book to many of my colleagues to help us push that needle forward.

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  4. Rob

    As a DEI researcher and instructor, I suggest anyone interested in taking DEI seriously in their organization should have this book! The authors provide a perfect balance of the science and practice of workplace DEI with concise coverage of a comprehensive list of topics.The foundational chapters in the beginning do a great job of introducing and defining related, yet distinct, DEI concepts and frameworks. This provides a nice set up as the book guides readers through evidence-based practical strategies and considerations regarding the measurement of DEI and implementation of DEI initiatives. I love how the authors consistently make the connection between actions and goals–such an important lesson because DEI is not a one-size-fits-all approach! The accompanying workbook is also clutch feature, as it further facilitates translation of subject matter in the book to actionable steps that can be taken in one’s own organization.This is also a very versatile educational resource, as I have adapted the book and workbook for use in my graduate DEI course, given its scholarly level of content matter and guidance through practical applications. Cannot recommend this book enough! Great job to the authors!

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  5. Teewatson

    As a DEI Practitioner, I’m always seeking out books of learning, and this is one of my favorite. So far best book on you data/metrics for building inclusive work environment.

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  6. Dynasti

    This book is an overall great tool for new DEI Managers and Leaders who may be struggling to figure out the clear round map to implementing a strong DEI strategy across their organization! It is the first that I’ve seen that goes beyond theory and teaches tangible examples of how to actually implement DEI foundations, data, and practices in a business. Highly recommend!

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  7. Rob

    As a DEI researcher and instructor, I suggest anyone interested in taking DEI seriously in their organization should have this book! The authors provide a perfect balance of the science and practice of workplace DEI with concise coverage of a comprehensive list of topics.The foundational chapters in the beginning do a great job of introducing and defining related, yet distinct, DEI concepts and frameworks. This provides a nice set up as the book guides readers through evidence-based practical strategies and considerations regarding the measurement of DEI and implementation of DEI initiatives. I love how the authors consistently make the connection between actions and goals–such an important lesson because DEI is not a one-size-fits-all approach! The accompanying workbook is also clutch feature, as it further facilitates translation of subject matter in the book to actionable steps that can be taken in one’s own organization.This is also a very versatile educational resource, as I have adapted the book and workbook for use in my graduate DEI course, given its scholarly level of content matter and guidance through practical applications. Cannot recommend this book enough! Great job to the authors!

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  8. S. Knight

    My favorite book to explain measuring DEI in the work center. It’s a wonderful read. I quoted this book a lot in DEI graduate school and use it often in my DEI role. I have recommended this book to many of my colleagues to help us push that needle forward.

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  9. Kevin England, Ph.D.

    As a DEI practitioner and a self-proclaimed data junkie, I was intrigued by the premise of this book. I’ve ready plenty of books centered around DEI topics, and most seem to focus on the business case for DEI work, or on the reasons why Inclusion is so challenging (like unconscious bias), or on steps organizations can take to make employees feel more included… this book does all of that, but it has a unique emphasis on how to use data to draw meaningful insights and then do something about it.This isn’t a book that’s going to solve all of your team’s or organization’s DEI issues. (No book is, of course!) But the real value here is in establishing a rigorous, data-focused understanding of those issues, and using that same data to make improvements. It’s a FANTASTIC foundation for anyone who’s serious about making a real impact.

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  10. TJ

    Really enjoyed my read of Inclusalytics. It provided an actionable roadmap for managers to collect, analyze, and put DEI metrics into action. Additionally, it provided insight into how to build support and influence key leaders. If you want to build a foundation for creating actionable DEI change at your organization then I highly recommend this book.

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  11. Jared Allmond

    Chapter 5: Conduct an Equity Audit 🔥🔥🔥 I love the breaking down of the three areas of equity to investigate for an effective audit. Perceived fairness, distribution of resources, and decision making. This a must read for anyone looking to learn then directly apply those learnings as it relates to DEI.

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  12. michelle

    The authors have done a phenomenal job here of breaking down DEI concepts into practical, real-world, insightful and measurable examples. They leverage thought leadership across multiple industries to do so, and, in the process, have created an essential playbook for anyone serious about this work.

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  13. Gigi GilliardGigi Gilliard

    As a seasoned DEI&B practitioner, I have come to understand the deep importance of anecdotal stories when helping leaders understand the experience of those in their organizations who may feel marginalized.However, just as important, (and often even more critical – – especially at the beginning of an organization’s DEI&B journey), are the measurements and the data. As we know, the data also tells us a story. Being able to translate a “compelling narrative from the numbers” is truly key.When prepping to meet with senior leaders (so to paint a picture for them about what is really going on inside their organizations from a DEI&B perspective), “Inclusalytics” has been my NUMBER ONE trusted guide. This book has only been in my hands a few short months and it is already well-worn, FULL of yellow highlights and a ton of “dog-ears!” Of great use to me are: Chapter 8 “Turning Data Into Insights,” creating DEI dashboards and… I simply ADORE the Inclusalytics Call Outs (short powerful summaries found throughout the text).If you a leader, or a learner, in the DEI / DEI&B space, GET THIS WORK! Dr. V and her team have provided us with a strong tool for including data measurement in our stories that will help it all make sense… and ultimately help raise the empathy so desperately needed in these critical conversations.

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  14. Dynasti

    This book is an overall great tool for new DEI Managers and Leaders who may be struggling to figure out the clear round map to implementing a strong DEI strategy across their organization! It is the first that I’ve seen that goes beyond theory and teaches tangible examples of how to actually implement DEI foundations, data, and practices in a business. Highly recommend!

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  15. Jared Allmond

    Chapter 5: Conduct an Equity Audit 🔥🔥🔥 I love the breaking down of the three areas of equity to investigate for an effective audit. Perceived fairness, distribution of resources, and decision making. This a must read for anyone looking to learn then directly apply those learnings as it relates to DEI.

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  16. Geronda

    This book is fantastic for anyone who is new to driving DEI work with analytics or for anyone experienced in it. What I love is that it’s broken down so nicely and in a way that is so easy to follow. I’ll be following the authors for future books to come. Well done!!

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  17. Geronda

    This book is fantastic for anyone who is new to driving DEI work with analytics or for anyone experienced in it. What I love is that it’s broken down so nicely and in a way that is so easy to follow. I’ll be following the authors for future books to come. Well done!!

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  18. Robert M.Robert M.

    Anything worth doing, is worth doing right, but when it comes to diversity , equity and inclusion (DEI) it can be hard to know if your efforts are making a difference when it’s not something you have done / do often. This book provides a phenomenal, step by step framework to DEI that is enjoyable to read and easy to reference. Anyone who is interested in DEI as a career, improving it workin their organization, or simply as an initiative because you want to demonstrate compassion for others, will love this book. Highly recommend.

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  19. TJ

    Really enjoyed my read of Inclusalytics. It provided an actionable roadmap for managers to collect, analyze, and put DEI metrics into action. Additionally, it provided insight into how to build support and influence key leaders. If you want to build a foundation for creating actionable DEI change at your organization then I highly recommend this book.

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  20. michelle

    The authors have done a phenomenal job here of breaking down DEI concepts into practical, real-world, insightful and measurable examples. They leverage thought leadership across multiple industries to do so, and, in the process, have created an essential playbook for anyone serious about this work.

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  21. Gigi GilliardGigi Gilliard

    As a seasoned DEI&B practitioner, I have come to understand the deep importance of anecdotal stories when helping leaders understand the experience of those in their organizations who may feel marginalized.However, just as important, (and often even more critical – – especially at the beginning of an organization’s DEI&B journey), are the measurements and the data. As we know, the data also tells us a story. Being able to translate a “compelling narrative from the numbers” is truly key.When prepping to meet with senior leaders (so to paint a picture for them about what is really going on inside their organizations from a DEI&B perspective), “Inclusalytics” has been my NUMBER ONE trusted guide. This book has only been in my hands a few short months and it is already well-worn, FULL of yellow highlights and a ton of “dog-ears!” Of great use to me are: Chapter 8 “Turning Data Into Insights,” creating DEI dashboards and… I simply ADORE the Inclusalytics Call Outs (short powerful summaries found throughout the text).If you a leader, or a learner, in the DEI / DEI&B space, GET THIS WORK! Dr. V and her team have provided us with a strong tool for including data measurement in our stories that will help it all make sense… and ultimately help raise the empathy so desperately needed in these critical conversations.

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