I have to admit, I consider myself a purist. I’ve always felt more comfortable on the “Responsibility” vs the “Social” side of the scale in CSR. My early background is in Environmental and Employee protection and health. I actually was, … Read more
Monthly Archives: July 2007
I recently read Robert Samuelson’s article called, “Prius Politics”. In the article, the author suggests that the Prius is a “parable” for global warming politics and proposes that owning a Prius is more about fashion than being environmentally responsible.
It’s been awhile since my last blog, so there is much I could discuss. Just prior to taking a vacation in Mexico with my family, I published a post on Intel’s Classmate PC and how the press had so often … Read more
When I tell people what I do (I’m a marketing manager for Intel’s strategic philanthropy, Education), the first reaction is usually “I didn’t know Intel did that” and followed quickly by “how did you get that job?” So I’ll start … Read more
I’m sick. I started getting sick just after returning from 12 days in China (12 Days in China, that has a Hollywood ring to it!). Whatever bug I got had the upper hand over the last few days, So, I … Read more
Does anybody read corporate blogs? Does anybody care? Our blog is pretty new but there doesn’t seem to be many comments—and that’s being nice. I was thinking of asking my wife to put down a comment on my blog so … Read more
Last week, the Maala organization (an affiliate of BSR) published its index for social responsibility in Israel. I’m proud to note that Intel Israel was ranked as one of the top five privately-owned companies. The ranking is connected to the … Read more