INNOVATIONS IN BUSINESS DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION: CASE STUDIES FROM THE RENEWABLE ENERGY SECTOR

Authors

  • David Olanrewaju Olutimehin Christfill Global Enterprise, Lagos Nigeria
  • Onyeka Chrisanctus Ofodile Sanctus Maris Concepts, Nigeria Ltd
  • Irunna Ejibe Independent Researcher, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Olusegun Gbenga Odunaiya Sanctus Maris Concepts, Nigeria Ltd
  • Oluwatobi Timothy Soyombo Havenhill Synergy Limited, Nigeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51594/ijmer.v6i3.961

Abstract

The review explores innovations in business diversity and inclusion within the renewable energy sector through a series of case studies. As the renewable energy industry continues to grow and diversify, there is increasing recognition of the importance of fostering diverse and inclusive workplaces to drive innovation, enhance decision-making, and better serve diverse communities. This review presents six case studies that highlight various aspects of diversity and inclusion initiatives implemented by companies operating in the renewable energy sector. The case studies cover leadership initiatives aimed at promoting diversity at the executive level, workforce diversity strategies focusing on recruitment and training programs, supplier diversity initiatives aimed at engaging with diverse suppliers, community engagement and partnership strategies, innovative approaches to inclusive design, and the establishment of metrics and accountability frameworks to track progress. By examining these case studies, this review sheds light on the innovative practices and strategies adopted by companies in the renewable energy sector to create more inclusive and equitable workplaces, strengthen community relationships, and drive sustainable business growth. These insights contribute to the broader conversation on the role of diversity and inclusion in fostering innovation and driving positive social impact within the renewable energy industry.

Keywords:  Innovations, Business Diversity, Inclusion, Renewable Energy Sector, Case Studies, Leadership Initiatives.

Published

2024-03-28

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