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Gain competitive advantage with a neurodiverse team

Carole Hodgson

Broaden your definition of talent to tap into a valuable but underused recruitment pool – and realise gains in productivity, quality, innovation and engagement.

Do you have employees who are autistic, dyslexic or have ADHD? Pioneering companies are seeking out such ‘neurodiverse’ talent, and are discovering dividends that go beyond boosting corporate reputation. Writing for Harvard Business Review, Robert D Austin and Gary P Pisano provide examples of successful neurodiversity programmes, and show how you can create your own.


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Source Article: Neurodiversity As A Competitive Advantage
Author(s): Robert D Austin and Gary P Pisano