An inclusive work environment can make or break a company, and workplace initiatives promoting diversity, equity and inclusion – known collectively as DEI – have increased in importance to business organizations in recent years. An organization is only as good as its culture—and building an effective culture is not only a role for the human resources department, but it has also become the responsibility of every manager and employee. As a top business school, it is our responsibility to ensure students know how to make an organization a more supportive and engaging place to work. That starts by understanding the perceptual, institutional and psychological processes that impact the ways people interact with each other. With the increased attention to DEI principles around the world, tomorrow’s business leaders need to understand how to encourage and promote participation among diverse groups of people. To ensure student success, our goal is to educate students on the principles of building effective cultures and give graduates the competitive business advantage they need to succeed and thrive in the global business world.