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Unformatted text preview: Shah, Pooja 22179262/Sec 115 In fall 2010, Internal Business Machines (IBM) released its 2009-2010 Corporate Responsibility Report onto its website, outlining the social and environmental projects in which they had invested in last year. IBM has invested in a series of projects which its employees (IBMers) consider to be important. This concept of employee led services projects are a part of IBM’s corporate service corps (CSC) project (all of IBM projects are employee led). These “IBMer projects” are sorted into 5 categories in the report: Communities, Environment, Supply Chain, Governance and Public Engagement where they are described in detail. In the conclusion of the report, IBM acknowledges that CSC ties into IBMs’ overall initiative to become a “global company” and serve its “global citizens” to create an “overall smarter planet.” Corporate Service Corps began in 2008, and has about 700 IBMers working on international projects. In its report, IBM acknowledges that since beginning the project in 2006, international projects....
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