It is fair to say that most people have heard of diversity reports. And perhaps it would also be fair to say that most of us have occasionally seen with a metaphorical bucket of chopped popcorn, as companies find ways to get out of the crisis. But most of us do not know what happens behind the scenes.
Mark S. Lucky Have an idea. Digital strategist, journalist and writer “The Digital Journalist Handbook“And”You you, “Written”Valley girls, “A fictional depiction of life behind the social screen at popular tech company Illuminant. Especially the journey of main character Kelsey Pace as she navigates life as a communications manager for the company. Strategy on Facebook, Twitter and Reddit And after working in a partnership position, Lucky tells us that he was most interested in learning how real conversations about diversity work within tech companies.
“The most that people have the most insight into is that people report diversity, which of course are published from tech companies, but ‘well, what exactly is happening?’ And so the purpose of ‘Valley Girls’ is to find out – what is really going on? How bad is diversity? What things are happening or not happening? What is the employee’s attitude towards it? One of the big narratives What is the material to really push diversity between employees and executives within these companies? ”
Tech watchers will read “Valley Girls” and will probably be able to identify which company drama they are referring to when they refer to this congressional hearing or that anonymous memorandum. This, Lucky says, was on purpose.
“It is a fusion of stories. So yes, anyone who follows tech or works around technology … will be able to say, ‘Well, it reminds me of this, it reminds me of this.’ And as I said, all these experiences are not different from each other. They are woven into each other. “
With “Valley Girls”, Lucky says that she wanted to explore the personal struggles that might arise when working at one of these companies. He did that and more.
Click on the play above to hear more about the book due this month, and what they heard about some reactions in Silicon Valley.