Scottish Widows calls for companies to promote cognitive diversity

Makes ending ‘groupthink’ a priority

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Scottish Widows calls for companies to promote cognitive diversity

Scottish Widows has called for companies to better understand cognitive diversity and foster a culture of ‘constructive disagreement’ in its new ‘Great Minds Don’t Think Alike’ report.

It said that while companies are working to improve gender and ethnic diversity in senior positions, too many executives are still from similar backgrounds with similar viewpoints, leading to "groupthink"....

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