In a Nutshell: Issue 104  

When delivering an effective inclusion and diversity strategy, an organisations management needs to be bought in. These authors explore the effectiveness of control measures for management when implementing these initiatives.

Reviewed by:

Abdul Wahab: Inclusion and Diversity Adviser

Abdul Wahab is Inclusion and Diversity Adviser at the CIPD. He leads on research on all aspects of inclusion and diversity, developing policy and providing expert advice and guidance. He is a proponent of taking a holistic data-driven approaches to inclusion and producing comprehensive data to support informed employment practices.

Prior to joining the CIPD Abdul worked in a local authority and then in higher education conducting research, developing diversity and inclusion policies, leading on strategy and delivering training interventions. He also ran a successful consulting practice supporting inclusion in public and private sector organisations.

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