Category Archives: csr

Net Impact 2011 in Portland: How Many MBAs Does it Take to Build a Bike?

Intel has been a long-time sponsor of the annual Net Impact Conference, and personally, it’s one of my favorite sustainability conferences during the year, given the energy, the great questions, and unique mix of students and professionals. This year, the… Read more >

What does “hyper-transparency” mean for stakeholder engagement?

So, today I’m in San Francisco speaking in a panel session at the 2011 BSR Conference entitled “Sustainable Engagement in a Hypertransparent World.” Whew. That’s an intimidating title. And what does that even mean?? I was thinking about this more… Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely… Read more >

Power of Dreams and Imagination

This entry was posted on behalf of Manav Subodh, Global Manager, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Consider this.. “People rarely do what they can’t dream of doing. We need to ignite the imagination and dreams of potential entrepreneurs” And this.. “People rarely… Read more >

CSVCSRESGSustainabilityValueChainGreenCitizenship

Intel’s Corporate Responsibility Office has decided that going forward, we will not talk about CSR or corporate responsibility, but we will talk about CSVCSRESGSustainabilityValueChainGreenCitizenship. We figure that should roll off the tongue better and settle once and for all the… Read more >

CSVCSRESGSustainabilityValueChainGreenCitizenship

Intel’s Corporate Responsibility Office has decided that going forward, we will not talk about CSR or corporate responsibility, but we will talk about CSVCSRESGSustainabilityValueChainGreenCitizenship. We figure that should roll off the tongue better and settle once and for all the… Read more >

Energy Conservation & Caring for the Elderly – 2 Topics of Today with Huge Impacts for Tomorrow

A few weeks ago, I participated in the Intel “Upgrade Your Life” 2011 summit. Below is a review of two sessions, Energy Conservation and Caring for the Elderly. These are two topics that we need to be not only thinking about, but acting on NOW. And this is exactly what Intel is doing. Read more >

Energy Conservation & Caring for the Elderly – 2 Topics of Today with Huge Impacts for Tomorrow

A few weeks ago, I participated in the Intel “Upgrade Your Life” 2011 summit. Below is a review of two sessions, Energy Conservation and Caring for the Elderly. These are two topics that we need to be not only thinking about, but acting on NOW. And this is exactly what Intel is doing. Read more >