“We always talk about diversity as a fact, but inclusion is a choice," says Sasan Goodarzi, the CEO of Intuit.
Using lobbying, the revolving door and “dark pattern” customer tricks, Intuit fended off the government’s attempts to make tax filing free and easy, and created its multi-billion-dollar franchise.
"With all the hatred in the world we want to communicate that art can touch many lives and heal."
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There are metrics for measuring goals, P&L statements to show bottom-line profits and trophies to reflect triumph however, there is not a gauge to measure character and integrity -- central to creating a successful business with loyal employees while enjoying a respected reputation.
But this company is standing in the way.
There is a movement gaining momentum to improve technology as a place for women to work, and to change the statistics for women in technology. And for all these organizations, it's time to bring men into the movement for women's equality.
It may feel safer to rely on logic or the opinions of others, but your gut instinct isn't just a willy-nilly mush of emotions, it's the sum of the subtle information that your brain has collected, but hasn't yet fully processed. It's your own inner wisdom.
We have transient customers, served by transient employees, working for transient leaders, owned by transient shareholders. Disengagement is overpowering today's leaders.
For some folks a SNAFU is not a problem, it's a business opportunity. In fact, a whole economy has grown up around profiting from things that don't work right. Once you start looking for it, you can find it everywhere.