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Survey: Low diversity in senior IP roles major barrier to progression

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

Part two of a Managing IP survey shows that more diverse leadership and awareness of unconscious bias can drive increased diversity in the IP profession

In an age when discussions around diversity are commonplace, many professions, including IP, are still too homogenous. An underlying reason is the lack of understanding of diversity by senior management. But old beliefs are hard to change, as shown by...

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