Inclusion as a competitive advantage

As global leaders continue to face a confluence of challenges, inclusion efforts are at risk of taking a back seat in strategy. But we know from past crises that inclusion is a critical component of any economic strategy focused on resilience and recovery--and that strong business performance correlates to how diverse and inclusive a company is, says Liz Hilton Segelchief client officer and managing partner of global industry practices. This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, explore these insights to understand how the world should confront its most pressing social challenges to achieve sustainable, inclusive growth, and why prioritizing inclusion could offer your organization a competitive advantage. Learn more about McKinsey’s ongoing strategic partnership with the World Economic Forum, and bookmark this page for daily #WEF23 updates featuring crucial insights on the key themes at Davos.

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