On the web site you’ll find an article: “Anatomy of an Effective Diversity Initiative.” Diversity initiatives have often been successful at adding color to various organization levels, but learning from that diversity too often seems suppressed by the need for comformity of thought and beliefs. Accordingly, the nine points emphasize curiosity rather than sensitivity as a major strategy. If we can be curious about our differences we just might learn something new—the heart of innovation, process improvement, and productivity increase. That’s in contrast to the sensitivity approach which seems to have everyone walking around on egg shells pretending that differences don’t exist which shoves our prejudices further underground rather than informing them. You can find it at http://www.chumans.com/human-systems-resources/diversity.html.