Entrepreneurship Takes Homework, Not Hubris

For the second consecutive time, FORTUNE magazine has named IBM as the #1 Global Company for Leaders. As part of our series on IBM Leadership, Vice President for Government Industry Strategy & Solutions Sharon Nunes comments on entrepreneurship and the global enterprise. It bothers me when I hear people say that entrepreneurship is only valued […]

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How Private-Public Partnerships Can Lead Through Innovation

For the second consecutive time, FORTUNE magazine has named IBM as the #1 Global Company for Leaders. As part of our series on IBM Leadership, Rod Adkins, Senior Vice President of IBM’s Systems & Technology Group, comments on how partnerships between the private and public sectors can help fill the need for tomorrow’s science and […]

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A Global View of Leadership Development

For the second consecutive time, FORTUNE magazine has named IBM as the #1 Global Company for Leaders. As part of our series on IBM Leadership, Vice President for Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs and IBM International Foundation President Stanley S. Litow comments on the connection between social responsibility and leadership development. When IBM’s founder Thomas […]

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Creating a Smarter Education System

I testified today before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Research and Science Education about IBM’s commitment to address the issue of national decline in math, science and engineering and its implications for America’s labor force. The Subcommittee on Research and Science Education oversees all matters related to science policy and science education. In […]

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Why IBM Is the Best Company for Leaders

For the second consecutive time, FORTUNE magazine has named IBM as the #1 Global Company for Leaders. As part of our series on IBM Leadership, Senior Vice President for Human Resources Randy MacDonald offers his perspective on why IBM is the best company for leaders. This honor comes at a time in history where leadership […]

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Volunteering at P-TECH: One Mentor’s Story

In October 2011, 95 IBM mentors met with their protégés at New York’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) for the first time. P-TECH is a new model grades 9 through 14 school located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, and many of its students will be the first in their families […]

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CDC Development Solutions Spotlights IBM Corporate Service Corps

CDC Development Solutions – which leverages public, private and volunteer resources to strengthen the public and private sector entities that drive economic growth in emerging markets – has covered four IBM Corporate Service Corps (CSC) engagements in its October 2011 Monthly Update. CSC engagements in Curitiba, Brazil; Coimbatore, India; Accra, Ghana; and Rostov, Russia received […]

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International Service: What Great Companies Can Do

In my recent interview for “Charting the Future of International Service“, a monograph published by the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University Michigan to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Peace Corps, I discuss the role of the private sector in public service. This is a role that IBM has embraced […]

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Brooklyn P-TECH Students THINK!

Students and faculty from New York’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) explored the IBM THINK! exhibit at Lincoln Center as participants in a guided lesson plan. P-TECH students had the chance to interact with the exhibit’s Data Visualization Wall and other learning tools to help prepare them to lead classroom presentations on the significant technological advances […]

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