article: Ed Thompson on “What is neurodiversity at work?”


“As the business case for diversity and inclusion has become clearer and more evidenced, much of this has rested on the power of so-called ‘diversity of thought’ – the (proven) concept that people with varying experiences and thought processes can contribute different perspectives to their teams that benefit their organizations…”

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