Mayakoba Insights: Day 5
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¡Feliz viernes! Today marks the last day for the WWT Business Innovation Summit and we've saved the best for last -- an enlightening discussion between Great Place to Work CEO Michael Bush and an esteemed panel of experts scheduled for 9 a.m. at the Riviera Ballroom at the Fiarmont.
Diversity and inclusion have grown into board-level imperatives and are as strategic to your bottom line as net income. WWT is committed to investing in a culture of inclusion that drives shared value across our people, business and community.
Those values extend all the way to the golf course, where World Wide Technology sponsors the APGA Player Development program to help minority golfers continue to chase their dreams of professional golf.
We're also proud of our support of K'iin Beh, a bilingual non-profit school in the Riviera Maya for children from marginalized areas, whose mission to help students believe in themselves aligns perfectly with our aspiration of making the world a better place for all.
Donations, such as those from the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, help K'iin Beh invest in new facilities, fund classrooms' supplies lists and support staff at the school. To learn more about how you can make a donation to K'iin Beh, click here.
Our ability to make a positive impact on our people, communities and customers is directly related to our culture and leadership philosophies, collectively known as our Integrated Management and Leadership (IML) program.
We created this framework from scratch -- studying the strengths of our own culture and those of successful companies for decades -- and designed it to scale our culture across the globe and cultivate leaders that make employees feel inspired, safe and valued.
"Nobody invests this much time in their leaders as WWT… Your IML is best in class," said Bush, the Great Place to Work CEO.
Ramez Naam, co-chair for energy and environment at Singularity University, spoke at WWT's Business Innovation Summit at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba on Wednesday and spoke about sustainable technology and the critical role it will play in driving a more environmentally conscious future.
Naam outlined four ways corporate leaders can manage their energy more effectively, which can be found here.
In any case, technology will be critical to empowering sustainability initiatives moving forward, particularly as data-fueled AI and ML insights begin to more heavily influence the use and positioning of renewable energies, he said.
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