Insider vs. Outsider Judgments of Diversity in Organizations

Funded Research Proposal

We theorize that people who belong to or create groups within organizations (organizational “insiders”) perceive their groups to be more diverse than outside observers (organizational “outsiders”). In other words, we argue that people have distorted perceptions of the diversity of groups they belong to or form, which may lead organizations to become complacent with low levels of diversity.Read More