Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion / Editing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online and in print. To Have Joy in the Workplace, There Must Be Justice for AllNew research identifies three focus areas for leaders who want to bring more justice and joy to their organizations. Boost Employee Confidence and Inclusion by Creating Voice SpaceNew research offers leaders insights into how they can enhance inclusion at an actionable level in the workplace. Leveling the Playing Field Through Remote WorkAllowing employees to work from home now and post-pandemic can benefit those with or without disabilities. Assignments Are Critical Tools to Achieve Workplace Gender EquityWork assignments can be powerful tools to propel employees’ growth when assessed and used deliberately. Tackling the Allyship Gap at WorkPeople can take meaningful steps to become more effective allies for members of marginalized groups at work. Rethinking Diversity Measures in the Finance IndustryThe financial industry’s use of ownership and board membership statistics to measure diversity is insufficient. Make Pride a Commitment, Not Just a CampaignTo meaningfully support Pride, companies need to focus on employees, customers, and the community. Effecting Real Progress in Executive Diversity and InclusionWhy diversity and inclusion efforts often fail to produce the intended changes, and proactive approaches leaders can take. Confronting the Uncomfortable Reality of Workplace DiscriminationOrganizational leaders can begin to address racial discrimination in the workplace by taking strategic actions. The Opportunity Costs of Weight Bias at WorkBeing overweight is highly stigmatized, but companies can take steps to help combat weight discrimination. Marketing Beyond the Gender BinaryBrands can no longer rely solely on outdated tropes to connect with increasingly diverse consumers.