IBM diversity & inclusion resources
Supporting the journey: Gender transition in the global workplace
A best practices study based on IBM’s new learning and development modules to support on-the-job gender transition, entitled Helping Transgender Employees Make the Transition at Work.
Empowering Women's success in technology
Studies are showing that women are retreating from the fields of science and technology at alarming rates. What interventions can organizations make to sustain more women in STEM professions?
How cognitive computing is transforming HR
Cognitive solutions can help HR professionals in their endeavors to create more efficient ways to interact with employees, provide easy access to insights from vast amounts of data, and deliver information tailored to the needs of the individual.
Thought Leadership: Loneliness and the aging population
For the aging population, loneliness is more than a state of mind – it is an emerging risk factor that has implications for personal, economic and societal well-being. What can organizations do?
Getting LGBT+ inclusion right in employee surveys
This white paper guides organizations in designing and using survey content to help global organizations understand the LGBT+ voice, that is typically not as effectively heard or understood at work.
Advancing Women at IBM: The Journey to Executive
Finding appropriate ways to stand out and separate oneself from the rest is an important element for success. This paper provides insights, experiences and recommendations gathered from over 450 interviews with IBM executive women.
Generational Differences at Work: Do they exist?
Are Millennials so different at work? This research shows that the typical factors that influence Employee Engagement do not differ much across groups, including generational cohorts.
Accessibility tools and guidance
Leverage IBM's wide array of accessibility solutions and best practices that make it easier for designers, developers and testers to speed development efforts and help conform to industry accessibility standards.
Collaborating Globally: Culture & Communication
This study presents cultural differences in computer mediated social interactions gathered by comparing social network characteristics and expression of sentiment across employees from 7 countries.