Getting Strategic with D&I

Your D&I strategy will help you translate your D&I policy from vision into strategic goals. Then you will define the initiatives and programs needed to achieve these goals in order to deliver practical outcomes.

DCA’s strategic process for D&I is based on our research and consultation with DCA members about what works to develop and implement D&I programs and initiatives that have real results.

Change at Work is an evidence-based model of D&I organisational change, which empirical research indicates will enable organisations to more effectively achieve D&I outcomes in the workplace.

Change at Work sets out four steps to follow when implementing D&I changes.

Change at Work 4 step model

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Where you wish to refer to our Change at Work Model publicly, it must be correctly attributed to DCA.

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The suggested citation for this definition is:

Diversity Council Australia, Change at Work Model, Sydney, Diversity Council Australia, 2019.

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