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TTC believes in connecting the dots, not re-inventing the wheel and our 650+ Signatories have pledged to share what works and what doesn't. The Open Playbook is an open-source catalogue of resources and case studies sharing this information, helping companies to increase inclusion and diversity in their teams. The UX isn't perfect - we currently use a free platform (Notion) and we are always looking for ways in which we can improve it! If you know of an intervention, initiative, resource, company case study or have a recommendation that is not listed here please let us know **hello@techtalentcharter.co.uk.**

Inclusive Culture (17 subchapters)

Hiring Diverse Talent

Supporting employees who take extended leave

Promoting, Developing and Retaining

Retrain in Tech Programmes

Return to Tech Programmes

What is the Open Playbook?

An open-source catalogue of resources and case studies to support companies to increase inclusion and diversity in their tech teams.

How the Open Playbook is organised

The Open Playbook has six themes and within each theme, there are a number of recommendations and resources shared by our Signatories. For each, you'll find a bit about 'the why' and 'the how' but mostly you'll find lots of links to articles, tools and reports about how to address specific challenges. Tip: use the search bar at the top!

Open Playbook guiding principles

Practical. Our aim will always be to provide a practical list of recommendations that companies are using to drive greater inclusion and diversity in tech roles and to signpost other materials, best practices, etc.

There is no ‘silver bullet’. We believe a one-off initiative approach cannot achieve systemic change; in many cases will do harm. An effective, sustainable solution must cover all aspects of a company - the culture, the processes and the people.