5 Reasons Why Brewing Industry Can Be a Paragon of Diversity in Other Industries


Samin Saadat
Executive Director, Posted on Jun 28, 2021

Reason 3: They are practicing a data-driven and science-based strategy to make changes

Before summarizing the conclusion, it is better to proceed with responsive solutions. The industry spends their resources in defining their problems with highest priority and then identifying forces to create a consequential positive impact. For this purpose, they leverage the science of psychology to accurately understand their people and requirements, together with technology to arrange it effectively, objectively, and efficiently nationwide.

Reason 4: They Aim to Transform Data into Knowledge and Action

A crucial step they aim to take that might differentiate them further from other industries is their strategy to ensure the data does not stay on the shelf . They are not looking to leave their people and business high and dry after raising awareness of the root problems.

With diverse resources of experts united on training, negotiating, instructing, and counseling for both businesses, teams, and individuals , CCBA is ensuring that the industry is equipped to take steps towards bridging the gap between current and desired state.

Reason 5: They ensure a prolonged commitment

It is definitely not a one-time or one-year project for them. To indicate a sense of reliability and ensure a long term commitment , they are establishing the framework to continue evaluating and re-adjusting their approach towards achieving their ideal situation. It is not a one time project for them, it is a journey to transformation to bring radical, long lasting changes, hear people, deliver promises to see everyone associated, be themselves and feel safe at their workplaces.

     Due to these 5 Reasons, we believe that the Brewing Industry can be a paragon of diversity

in other industries. Hopefully, their determination will bring change in the near future!

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About the Author: The human brain, behaviour and interactions with their environment never fail to intrigue Samin Saadat . After spending long hours in psychology labs at UBC and completing her Masters at the Sauder School of Business, she entered the workforce and observed a gap between what research suggests and what companies actually do to increase productivity and profitability. Now, Samin is on a mission to bridge this gap through Jalapeño Employee Engagement — leveraging technology and science of psychology to bring research findings to life to help companies save invaluable dollars and to help individuals enhance their quality of life.