Eskalera Inclusion Index: Cultivate, Measure, and Manage a More Inclusive Workplace. San Francisco (June 18, 2020) -- Eskalera, the company behind a new category of employee experience and organizational analytics, announces today the launch of Inclusion Index, a new system that quantifies inclusive culture.
The Inclusion Index gives much-needed real-time measurement to the performance of a company’s Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) efforts, and offers learning solutions and actionable steps to improve cultural hot-spots. More companies than ever before now report that they are interested in meaningfully improving their diversity and inclusion. Now, those truly devoted to creating a sustainable change can receive 3 months of complimentary D&I training. To start, they are encouraged to visit: eskalera.com. Eskalera offers large and medium-sized companies a fully digital platform of insights and solutions on D&I, and crucially, the ability to measure its performance over time.
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On the one hand, global sourcing is lowering purchase prices and expanding market access. On the other hand, operating a global distribution channel increases the level of supply chain risk with an increase both in the potential for product and service disruptions and in the magnitude of those disruptions. According to Aberdeen Research, more than 80% of supply management executives reported that their companies experienced supply disruptions within the past 24 months and these supply glitches negatively impacted their companies’ customer relations, earnings, time to-market cycles, sales, and overall brand perceptions.
The primary reporting view of the system is the “risk wheel”. Figure 2 is the Risk Wheel for the analytical or risk event mode. Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3. Figure 4. Figure 5. Data Model.