MSM GLOBAL CONSULTING

We develop strategies to create a more equitable and inclusive global workforce to fuel transformative change around the world.

MSM GLOBAL CONSULTING

We develop strategies to create a more equitable and inclusive global workforce to fuel transformative change around the world.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to see organizations and societies around the globe honoring the unique perspectives and needs of every individual they employ and serve.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to collaborate with organizations and communities around the world to drive human-centered culture change and develop transformational strategies that embrace equity, diversity and inclusion.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to see organizations and societies around the globe honoring the unique perspectives and needs of every individual they employ and serve.

OUR MISSION

MSM Global Consulting’s mission is to collaborate with organizations and communities around the world to drive human-centered culture change and develop transformational strategies that embrace equity, diversity and inclusion.

WHY EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION?

  • Companies with more than 30 percent women on their executive teams are significantly more likely to outperform those with between 10 and 30 percent women.
  • Companies in the top quartile of ethnic and cultural diversity outperform those in the bottom quartile by 36% in terms of profitability.
  • Companies in the bottom quartile for both gender and ethnic/cultural diversity were 29% less likely to achieve above-average profitability.
  • There would be $12 trillion additional gross domestic product (GDP) if gender gap were narrowed by 2025.
  • Diverse teams lead to better decision-making and greater innovation.

Sources: McKinsey, Columbia Business School

Even in more diverse organizations, employees often report low ratings on inclusion and equity issues, especially in terms of leadership accountability, fairness and opportunities, and belonging.

So, what does this all mean? EDI is not a gesture. True EDI adoption requires a commitment to organizational culture change. This is no small undertaking, but MSM Global Consulting is here to help.

WHY EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION?

  • Companies with more than 30 percent women on their executive teams are significantly more likely to outperform those with between 10 and 30 percent women.
  • Companies in the top quartile of ethnic and cultural diversity outperform those in the bottom quartile by 36% in terms of profitability.
  • Companies in the bottom quartile for both gender and ethnic/cultural diversity were 29% less likely to achieve above-average profitability.
  • There would be $12 trillion additional gross domestic product (GDP) if gender gap were narrowed by 2025.
  • Diverse teams lead to better decision-making and greater innovation.

Sources: McKinsey, Columbia Business School

Even in more diverse organizations, employees often report low ratings on inclusion and equity issues, especially in terms of leadership accountability, fairness and opportunities, and belonging.

So, what does this all mean? EDI is not a gesture. True EDI adoption requires a commitment to organizational culture change. This is no small undertaking, but MSM Global Consulting is here to help.

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CULTURESTEW UPDATES

CultureStew is a podcast and blog dedicated to exploring the intersectionality across cultural identity and how our identities and values influence our personal and professional lives.

In each podcast episode, we delve into different concepts around cultural identity, explore how to lead diverse teams and organizations, and seek ways to build bridges across cultural chasms. We strive to challenge assumptions about “us” and “them” that drive separatism and impede organizational and societal effectiveness.

CultureStew attempts to use the art of storytelling to create connections, foster dialogue, and provide practical strategies for leading diverse organizations.

CULTURE STEW UPDATES

Culture Stew is a show dedicated to exploring the intersectionality across cultural identity and how our identities and values influence our personal and professional lives. In each episode, we delve into different concepts around cultural identity, explore how to lead diverse teams and organizations, and seek ways to build bridges across cultural chasms.

In every episode, we strive to challenge assumptions about “us” and “them” that drive separatism and impede organizational and societal effectiveness. Culture Stew attempts to use the art of storytelling to create connections, foster dialogue, and provide practical strategies for leading diverse organizations.