Harvard Business Review - April 26, 2016
"When there was only one woman or minority candidate in a pool of four finalists, their odds of being hired were statistically zero. But when we created a new status quo among the finalist candidates by adding just one more woman or minority candidate, the decision makers actually considered hiring a woman or minority candidate."
Chronicle of Higher Education - November 2, 2020
The old ways of running administrative searches haven't exactly produced the diverse pool of leaders that higher education claims to want.
By Lucy Leske and Christine Pendleton