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  • Celebration of Service Infographic

    Day of Service Infographic


    Date added: 2012-06-15


    300,000 IBMers around the world are volunteering in more than 5,000 projects in 120 countries, meeting civic and societal challenges and serving millions in need. Since January 2011, IBMers, retirees and their families have donated more than 2.5 million hours of service to communities worldwide.

     

     



  • From the punch cards of Social Security Administration to NASA "Moon Shot" to Watson's work now with NIH, public-private partnerships fuel US Competitiveness

    From the punch cards of Social Security Administration to NASA "Moon Shot" to Watson's work now with NIH, public-private partnerships fuel US Competitiveness


    Date added: 2011-12-12


    Hunter College President, Jennifer Rabb and IBM's General Manager of North America, Bridget van Kralingen discuss the role technology has played in increasing the United States' global competitiveness at a forum hosted by IBM and the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College. The attendees discussed how public-private partnerships, such as the implementation of the Social Security Act and its use of IBM punch cards, pushed the country into new frontiers of science and social policy. IBM's van Kralingen told attendees there will be a renewed focus on public-private partnerships to address the country's competitive challenges and innovations from IBM's Watson system could help improve collaboration. (Credit: Feature Photo)

     

     

     



  • BM's second CEO, Thomas Watson, Jr.

    IBM's second CEO, Thomas Watson, Jr.


    Date added: 2011-11-03


    New York, NY/November 2, 2011 -- Fifty years ago, on March 30, 1962, IBM's second CEO, Thomas Watson, Jr., delivered a speech at Columbia University to mark IBM's first half century in business. He declared that in order for a corporation to meet the challenges of a changing world over time, it must have a sound set of beliefs and be prepared to change everything about itself -- except those beliefs. Watson's declaration became a guiding principal of IBM's management philosophy, enabling it to continuously transform itself to succeed over the long term. On Nov. 2, 2011 in New York City, IBM Chairman and CEO Samuel J. Palmisano delivered a speech at Columbia University on the lessons IBM learned over its past 100 years to commemorate the company's Centennial. Contact: Lisa Lanspery lisalanspery@us.ibm.com (203) 589-4403

     

     

     



  • Samuel J. Palmisano

    IBM Chairman and CEO Samuel J. Palmisano


    Date added: 2011-11-03


    New York, NY/November 2, 2011/FPSnewswire/ -- On Nov. 2, 2011 at Columbia University in New York City, IBM Chairman and CEO Samuel J. Palmisano discusses the lessons IBM learned over its past 100 years, in a speech commemorating the company's Centennial. Fifty years ago, on March 30, 1962, IBM's second CEO, Thomas Watson, Jr., delivered a speech at Columbia to mark IBM's first half century in business. He declared that in order for a corporation to meet the challenges of a changing world overtime, it must have a sound set of beliefs and be prepared to change everything about itself -- except those beliefs. Watson's declaration became a guiding principal of IBM's management philosophy, enabling it to continuously transform itself to succeed over the long term.(Feature Photo Service) Contact: Lisa Lanspery lisalanspery@us.ibm.com (203) 589-4403

     

     

     



  • IBM's interactive THINK exhibit

    At Lincoln Center in New York City, IBM's interactive THINK exhibit


    Date added: 2011-09-27


    At Lincoln Center in New York City, IBM's interactive THINK exhibit, open now through October 23, 2011, explores how science and information technology can make the world work better. Built to commemorate IBM's centennial, the free exhibit boasts a massive, 123-foot display that streams live data feeds captured from nearby sensors, such the flow of traffic (bottom) and air pollution levels. Helping cities analyze this data can lead to improvements such as easing traffic congestion and improving air quality. (BOTTOM) Nayan Shankaran, 5 (left) and his sister Riya, 3, Philadelphia, PA, explore the exhibit. (Feature Photo Service)

     

     

     


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