I’d like to give a shout out to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for owning up to the social media platform’s problems this week. Or, do I? In a series of tweets published yesterday Dorsey said he’s tried to combat Twitter’s issues, but acknowledged that its primarily reactive efforts aren’t enough. He “didn’t anticipate the amount … Continue reading Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Owns Up to Platform’s Abuse Problem – Again
Twitter used to be different. It was nicer, more educational. It was fun. I can still remember the challenge in crafting a 140-character message. If I didn’t have a clear idea what I wanted to blog about that week, I could pop #diversity into the search bar, and any number of articles would pop up … Continue reading 11 Minutes on Twitter that Rocked the World
So I was talking to Dr. Shirley Davis, former head of diversity at Society for Human Resource Management, recently about this and that, and she mentioned the new head of diversity at Twitter was a white man. I’d heard of the appointment as we rang in the New Year, and my immediate reaction was, really? … Continue reading Can a White Man Lead Diversity?