Tech Leaders

Workplace Diversity

Most Tech Companies Are Going About Diversity All Wrong

It's time to end tokenism and diversity quotas.

Here's Why Diverse Companies Are Better at Innovating Than Homogenous Companies

Businesses that operate from a single, same-minded perspective tend to approach problems the same way.

9 Inspirational Quotes From Billionaire Entrepreneur Bill Gates

Words of wisdom from the most successful Harvard dropout.

22 Habits of Successful Leaders

Do you share any of the morning, noon or night routines of the most innovative people in the world?

Watch a Teenage Mark Zuckerberg React to Getting Into Harvard

Witness the earliest beginnings of Facebook.

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