About Intel

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Intel’s Vision and Global Strategy
Intel vision is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth, by focusing on the following key strategic objectives:
• Grow the PCnand data center business with new users and uses.
Extend Intel’s PC platform leadership and develop exciting innovations to deliver new user experiences; and lead the transformation to open data centers and cloud computing.
• Extend Intel solutions into adjacent markets.
Transform the embed- ded industry with Intel® architecture (IA) in new market segments; and launch and ramp IA solutions in smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and vehicles.
• Create a continuum of personal computing.
Expand IA differentiation with new capabilities across devices; excite leading software developers to create the best user experiences and applications on IA; and deliver new usage models with multi-communications connectivity.
• Care for our people and the planet, and inspire the next generation.
Cultivate a workplace where employees can thrive both on the job and in their communities; develop technology solutions to address major global problems while reducing our environmental impact; and accelerate educa- tion transformation worldwide through technology, program, and policy leadership.

Corporate responsibility management structure
CEO and Board-Level Oversight
The Board of Directors’ Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee receives briefings from our Corporate Responsibility Office twice a year, in addi- tion to updates on specific corporate responsibility issues as needed. Our CEO receives regular corporate responsibility updates from executive management.

Management Review Committees (MRCs)
MRCs bring together senior executives from across the company to review performance and set strat- egy in specific areas. For example, our Corporate Responsibility MRC reviews emerging issues across a range of focus areas, and our Eco-MRC reviews Intel’s approach to environmental management.

Business Group and Cross-Functional Teams
Multiple business groups have dedicated teams that address corporate responsibility issues within their organizations, helping to develop plans and set goals in support of Intel’s overall strategy and objectives. Those groups include, but are not limited to, Environ- mental Health and Safety, Eco-Technology Program Office, Ethics and Compliance Program Office, Corpo- rate Affairs, Global Public Policy, Human Resources, Corporate Diversity, Supply Chain, and Information Technology. In addition, cross-functional teams coordinate efforts that span business groups. For example, our Eco-Stakeholder Council brings together representatives from across Intel to develop clear and consistent strategies for improving our environmental performance and engaging employees.

Intel – Stories of Innovations in Technology

Created by: Catherine Pritania (Group 3)

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