“My experience is that a lot of these studies make good points, but they tend to fall into one particular trap,” says Howard Ross, a leading diversity consultant. “When we talk about diversity training as a megalith, it’s similar to saying, ‘Are restaurants good places to eat?’ The answer is ‘yes’ and ‘no,’ depending on the restaurant.”
Ironic that diversity training should suffer from a generalisation, Or is that a stereotype?
Another panacea debunked.
"Diversity training has swept corporate America. Just one problem: It doesn’t seem to work."
- Who's still biased? - The Boston Globe (view on Google Sidewiki)