Diversity, equity, and inclusion issues are complex and can be difficult to tackle. IT leaders don’t always know where to start. Some view them as the responsibility of human resources or the institution’s chief diversity officer. There’s also a school of thought that suggests that, as older workers retire, these issues will automatically correct themselves as they are replaced by younger workers who hail from a significantly more diverse generation than previous ones. This guide provides IT leaders with specific and actionable steps to begin to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in their IT organizations.