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Oracle’s Universal Design Story – A Journey, Not a Sprint

As companies embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and recognize the value of investing in diverse teams, forward-thinking organizations such as Oracle understand the importance of being inclusive for people of all abilities. To that end, Oracle has been on a journey implementing Universal Design (UD) best practices across their global footprint making work-life healthier, more productive, safer, and friendlier; ultimately realizing a tangible benefit and a return on their investment. UD goes beyond governmental accessibility requirements and embraces the idea that a building or space can be built and designed in a way that makes it accessible for the widest range of people. Rather than an after-thought, UD is a strategy that guides the architecture and design itself through a people-first approach. In this case study presentation, we will help audience members understand the principles of UD, and why and how Oracle has embraced UD thinking in their facilities. Audience participation and questions will be encouraged.
Denver2023 Design Thinking Diversity Equity and Inclusion Facilities Management KCO KC