A recent white paper questions why, after decades of efforts to improve diversity, only 4% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women and only 1% are black. "Clearly the needle has not moved with regard to the representation of women and minorities in the senior ranks," says report co-author Christie Smith of Deloitte Consulting. The white paper suggests the adoption of "an inclusion paradigm in which, finally, everyone can see themselves" because people don't feel the need to downplay elements of their identity that they worry might lead to discrimination.

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