Splunk: a global tech company learns to break bias

Global tech company learns to break bias.

532
85%
of participants use a strategy to deliberately mitigate bias at least once a week
3500
participants in 30 locations
10
months

Splunk is a technology company that turns data into actions and business outcomes. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, the firm came to the NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI) looking to reduce the influence of bias in its daily processes. Scaling rapidly, it made a commitment to cultivating a culture of inclusion and making Splunk a place where all people can thrive. As a company that turns data into actions, Splunk wanted a training that takes a science-backed approach to unconscious bias so that the content would resonate and stick with all levels and functions of employees. The program needed to deliver hard data on the science of unconscious bias and offer simple, actionable strategies for changing behavior at scale.