Dec 18, 2018
We see the changes organizations are making to adapt to external pressures as they transition to social enterprises, but how are they addressing the inevitable shifts that are occurring within their own company culture? When operating as a social enterprise, financial performance and social purpose go hand in hand. And it’s not only about what companies do outside their four walls, but also what happens inside. Today we’re taking that internal view to explore the role culture plays in the social enterprise. Deb Hicks, chief people and culture officer at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, is here to tell us about her organization’s efforts to tackle issues of diversity & inclusion and accessibility as part of a broader cultural transformation.