In developing the framework, I have been privileged to work with, and meet many interested people across the world who have generously given their time to provide feedback, academic review, and their ideas and experiences. Their expertise has ensured that we have a robust tool and framework that can be used as an organisational cultural and diversity diagnostic, and at the same time allows us to collect and analyse large amounts of research data in the areas of diversity and in particular, gender diversity.
I mention names here, with the permission of those listed, as a thank you; however, there are many more people who participated in focus groups who I have not named in order to respect their privacy.
The Diversity Performance Review Framework™* has written permission from Julie O’Mara and Allan Richter to use their international benchmarks as part of the assessment framework.
PLEASE NOTE: this list is a “work in progress” – apologies if your name is not here yet.
Contributors – Academic Peer Review
O’Mara and Associates
2124 Water Rail Avenue
North Las Vegas, NV 89084
41 Central Park West,
New York, NY 10023
Carrie Pemberton-Ford, Phd
ICthinking, Ibix Innovate,
Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking,
Associate Professor Michael Fine
Head of Department, Sociology
Centre for Research on Social Inclusion,
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
BA (Hons) Syd., PhD Syd.
The following people have consented to include their names here and have either given individual feedback or attended one of the focus groups. Over 50 people participated in the focus groups which were held over 8 months; not all participants are listed.
Head of Diversity and Flexibility, Group People Capability
Level 16, 275 Kent St,
Sydney, NSW 2000.
Mary N. Boughton,
165 Gibraltar Court,
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Practicus kindly supplied the room for monthly focus groups during the research
*Previously known as the Diversity Program Review Framework™