CSA IN THE NEWS

The problem with unconscious biases is that they are unconscious. They’re tough to see, hard to talk about, and can take a long time to change. As Beth Pittman and I discussed at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Me2We Conference, pushing against them in the workplace can be encouragingly straightforward and a proven way…

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For 20 years, Cameron Smith has enticed Walmart’s suppliers to locate offices in the retailer’s backyard, building a lucrative career for himself and helping drive Northwest Arkansas’ economic boom.

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A quick scan of boards for trucking companies based in Arkansas reveals, as one might expect, a heavy dose of white males. Changing that, executives said, is not just a matter of political correctness but also sound business.

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Susan Chambers, a retired executive with Wal-Mart Stores, has been named to the Board at Van Buren-based USA Truck.

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Experts describe the battleground for employees to work for and service the world’s largest retailer.

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Diversity on corporate boards has been an issue for years. Most companies recognize that having directors from varied backgrounds isn’t simply a theoretical matter of equity; it’s a matter of performance.

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