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Research to Make the Business Case

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Challenges with Building an Inadequate Business Case:
  1. Lack of Support: Without a compelling business case, DEI initiatives may struggle to gain the support of key stakeholders, leading to insufficient funding, resources, and engagement.

  2. Perceived as Non-Essential: DEI efforts may be viewed as optional or non-essential, making them vulnerable to cuts or neglect, especially in times of financial constraint.

  3. Ineffective Implementation: Without clear objectives and metrics derived from a business case, DEI initiatives may be poorly implemented, failing to achieve intended outcomes or to contribute to organizational goals.

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