I think of the most interesting and important aspects of her talk was when she explains how to adopt these practices in the real world. She has examples about how companies have implemented these this practice and the impact that it has on the success of the newly adapted product. It seems like people often throw the words diversity and inclusion around without actually doing anything about it. As she explains, just putting these buzz words in the mission statement of a company doesn’t mean that any change will come. Her process is a proven way to make tangible changes in products and companies. As she says, a way of “walking the walk”. This is so important, because addressing gender bias is very difficult and often overlooked especially in this type subject where few people know it is a problem.