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It’s the People’s Choice for the Circular Economy. What’s Your Vote?

Voting for the Dell Circular Economy People’s Choice Award is open starting January 7!
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Each year in January we turn our eyes to the Swiss chalet of Davos, home to the World Economic Forum. They gather the foremost political, business and societal leaders to discuss and shape solutions for positive change.

Working and Living Without Limits

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Kris was raised on a farm, learning at a young age the definition of hard work and perseverance. After graduating with an undergrad degree in Electronic Engineering Technology, she began her career as an engineer and technical writer. Currently she is a Senior Advisor for IT Business Consulting at Dell Technologies. Yes, she is a rising female talent in the STEM industry, but there’s so much more to Kris.

New Report Highlights Air Pollution Hazards & Value of Dell’s Latest Packaging Innovation

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Air pollution in the Asia Pacific region is not only a major health risk, it also has damaging impacts on the environment and agricultural crop yields.

How Dell Does Closed Loop Recycling

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Sustainable design is more important than ever – and it’s driving some pretty amazing breakthroughs here at Dell through our commitment to design with circular economy principles and to use sustainable materials.

It’s America Recycles Day: Let’s Engineer Out Waste

By Nick Abbatiello
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I’ve always been drawn to examining how design affects us; the reason you like your favorite mug, the smartphone that easily guides how you swipe and click, why you like the layout of your go-to grocery store. I’m an engineer in the Experience Design Group at Dell. My team designs products and services with a focus on the quality of the user experience.

Sometimes design is done well, but frequently it’s not, and that can have significant implications for sustainability.

I’m reminded of this today, America Recycles Day.

Working Together for Water and a Cleaner Lake Taihu

By Christy Abizaid
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Imagine if a toxic microcystis algae bloom left 2.3 million people (about the population of Paris, France) without drinking water for a week.

Island Adventure: How One Teacher Found Connection With the Planet & Her Classroom

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by Jessica Anderson

“We looked for harmful algal blooms – and we learned about how this is happening because of people and climate change. Fish eat these algae. Sea lions eat the fish. Scientists are seeing how harmful algae is affecting neurochemicals of the sea lions’ brains – and that was a memorable lesson for me,” says Clara Herrera, a fifth-grade teacher at Clayton Elementary School in Austin, Texas.

VIDEO | It’s International Day of the Girl: Let’s Celebrate Progress (and Make Some More)

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by Tamara Tardy

When I think about International Day of the Girl, I remember how my college basketball coach asked me to speak in front of a group of Fortune 500 executives. I had never spoken to top execs before, let alone a room full of them! I had my self-doubts, but ultimately, I chose to be bold. I shared my story of how at 5’5, I landed myself in a D-1 basketball program. Afterward, many offered their business cards and encouraged me to pursue an IT career.

Building a Team That’s Proud to Work at Dell

Dell’s employee-focused programs help increase one of our most important success metrics: our Employee Net Promoter Score.
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Our talented team members are the engine that drives Dell’s success.

Harnessing Mobile Technology to Train Supply Chain Workers

Dell develops a scalable, mobile-based training program that directly engages workers, closes performance gaps and builds suppliers' capabilities.
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Dell has a large and dynamic supply chain, with supplier facilities located in many regions around the world and many suppliers involved at multiple tiers in the manufacturing process.

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