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Презентация Валери Пейс на секции «Мировые тренды корпоративного волонтерства: о чем сегодня говорят»

Презентация Валери Пейс на секции «Мировые тренды корпоративного волонтерства: о чем сегодня говорят»

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  • On Demand Community… with technology at its core
  • Overarching Message: Innovation, Expertise, and Global Reach
  • Also, Web Adaptation Technology – Groundbreaking IBM technology that makes any website easier to read and navigate, especially valuable to seniors or people with disabilities.


  • 1. IBM On Demand Community A Groundbreaking IBM Strategic Global Initiative Dedicated to Sustained Corporate Philanthropy Valerie Halverson Pace, Ph.D. IBM Corporate Citizenship
  • 2. “ On Demand Community is an important initiative that underlines our support for volunteerism around the world, and focuses on the contribution that not-for-profit community organizations and schools have told us they value most – the skills and expertise of IBMers. ” — Sam Palmisano. CEO IBM Program connects directly to IBM’s historic approach
  • 3. “ On Demand Community is an archetypical model for a new approach to corporate community involvement, without peer among corporate volunteerism programs.” Points of Light Foundation, On Demand Community Impact Study, 2006 ODC has been recognized as an innovative approach
  • 4.
    • The online On Demand Community creates a global framework for employee/retiree volunteer programs
    • Combines the skills of IBMer world-wide with access to innovative programs, presentations, IBM technology resources, training, and support
    • Contains tools designed specifically for volunteer efforts in education and not-for-profit organizations
    • Enables significant and measurable change to agencies and organizations that would have never had access to such resources
    • Allows IBMers to provide IBM Community Grants to enhance their sustained volunteer efforts
    A strategic global initiative... with a local focus
  • 5. A dedicated and sustained commitment to volunteer service
    • More than 146,000 IBMers registered worldwide
    • Over 25% of our global workforce participating
    • Registrants from more than 70 different countries
    • Over 9.7 million total volunteer hours to date
    • Supporting grassroots and local/regional volunteer efforts, along with global activities and programs
  • 6. Worldwide pledges as of 09/26/11
  • 7. Also provides tangible benefits for IBM
    • Profound impact of volunteer efforts on a school or organization contributes to better and smarter communities
    • Demonstrates that IBM is a responsible corporate citizen in communities where we live and work
    • Enables IBM to share its strengths with schools and not-for-profit organizations
    • Creates a sense of community within IBM
      • Reinforcing the company’s core values and culture
      • Provides opportunities to ‘build community’ among IBM volunteers and within local communities worldwide
      • Demonstrating sustained community service, even in geographies it is not a cultural norm
      • Significant awards and regular recognition for IBM volunteers
  • 8. Intranet site contains many volunteer tools and resources
    • Delivers a rich portfolio of more than 200 innovative technology resources; a number of these resources have been translated into as many as 10 languages.
    • Self-selected training information and materials to enhance volunteer efforts and impact
    • Search and/or propose volunteer activities based on location and areas of interest
    • News, a quarterly newsletter, “Tell a Friend”, and outreach efforts to encourage participation
    • Monthly success stories feature outstanding IBM volunteers utilizing site resources
    • Ability to award IBM Community Grants to schools and not-for-profits where they volunteer
  • 9. Areas of focus for IBM volunteers
    • Improve schools (smarter education)
      • Promote the study of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), foster interest in computer science, robotics, and Open Source technologies, and increase awareness in related careers
      • e-Mentoring programs
      • Enhance understanding regarding environmental sustainability
      • Encourage effective use of technology in the classroom
    • Help communities (smarter communities)
      • Project Management
      • Technology planning
      • Effective leadership as a not-for-profit board member
      • Workforce Readiness
      • Help community organizations assess their impact
      • Web adaptation technology for the impaired
  • 10. Improve schools (smarter education)
      • School Visits – dynamic pre-built presentations and hands-on activities related to math, science, environmental concerns, and STEM careers.
      • TryScience - experiments and activities drawn from science museums worldwide to promote learning and student advancement, includes robotics activities
      • KidSmart - hardened Young Explorer computers/KidSmart software utilized by millions of pre-school children to gain a leg up on their education, includes setup instructions and teacher education materials
      • IBM MentorPlace - on-line mentoring and training provided to thousands of students ages 7-18 by IBMers in communities worldwide.
      • Reading Companion - innovative, web-based software that utilizes voice recognition technology to help children and adults worldwide develop English literacy skills.
    Solutions based upon established, award-winning IBM programs and strategic partnerships
  • 11. Help communities (smarter communities)
    • Technology Planning - introduce skills and processes to
    • develop technology plans
    • Share Project Management Skills - help not-for-profits
    • improve their project management and planning skills
    • Becoming an effective board member – provide guidance
    • to IBMers serving on boards of directors regarding roles and
    • responsibilities, as well as legal and ethical considerations
    • Workforce Readiness – lead i nteractive workshops on
    • resume writing, interview skills, and business culture
    • Help Nonprofits Measure Impact – utilize pre-built
    • presentations, framework, and tools to help not-for profits
    • measure the impact and value of their programs
    • Mentor an entrepreneur – volunteers can help an
    • entrepreneur develop a small business, by sharing their
    • professional skills and expertise via email and phone
    • mentoring.
    A wide range of solutions to support not-for-profits
  • 12. Celebrating success throughout communities worldwide…