Tag Archives: CSR

What Is Strategy?

Two of the first articles I remember reading in my MBA strategy class (and I think the same two read by most MBA students today…) were “Five Forces” and “What is Strategy?” by Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter.  Today, … Read more >

Moving from Red to Green

Across the globe, corporations, researchers, and national organizations are studying the reasons behind the declining number of degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. The number of STEM graduates is declining across the board – especially for women … Read more >

So What Does Girls’ Education Have to Do with Musical Pumpkins?

Yesterday was not your normal day at the office.  I learned how to make a musical instrument out of a pumpkin. To kick off Intel’s celebrations of the UN’s  International Day of the Girl, we hosted a great group of … Read more >

Well Folks, That’s a Wrap… Introducing Intel’s 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report

After months of planning, writing, data checking (and rechecking, and rechecking…), this morning we released our latest Corporate Responsibility Report at Intel’s Annual Stockholder Meeting.  For those of you familiar with the process, putting together the report is a labor … Read more >

2013 100 Best Corporate Citizens List: Intel Ranked #5

Last Thursday, I had the exciting opportunity to ring the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange with representatives from a number of other companies who made the list of Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 2013 100 Best Corporate Citizens List.  … Read more >

The Farther Backward You Can Look, the Farther Forward You Can See

This blog was posted on behalf of Jocelyn Cascio, a manager in Intel’s Supply Chain Environmental, Social and Governance organization.   As Winston Churchill once said, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you can see.” During the … Read more >