Intel and corporate social responsibility

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Jill Eiland

November 18,
2009

Intel and corporate social responsibility

Presentation to PSU business students

Jill Eiland



Born in Portland



Educated at
Oregon State University



Moved to Washington D.C. to begin career



Returned to Oregon to volunteer

Oregon Workforce

Investment Board

(appointed by Governor)



Continuing our commitment to the
highest performance in all we do


from product innovation to corporate
responsibility


is good business.”

Paul Otellini


President and Chief Executive Officer

Intel Corporation



Leading Manufacturer of Computer, Networking & Communications Products

300 Facilities in 50 Countries

Over $37B in Annual Revenues from Customers in Over 120 Countries

22 Consecutive Years of Positive Net Income

Approximately 80,000 Employees

43,000 technical degrees, 12,000 Masters in Science, 4,000 PhD’s, 4,000
MBA’s

One of the Top Ten Most Valuable Brands in the World for 10 Consecutive
Years

Invests $100 Million Each Year in Education Across More than 50 Countries

The Single
-
Largest Corporate Purchaser of Green Power in the United States

One Million Hours of Volunteer Service in Our Communities in 2008

Intel Corporation:

The World’s Largest Semiconductor Manufacturer

D1D Oregon

D1C Oregon

Fab 11X New Mexico

Fab 32 Arizona

32nm Investment

$
7 BILLION

Over 2 Years

The World Ahead

Connecting the Next Billion People to Uncompromised

Technology Around the World

Access

Connectivity

Content

Education

Intel Education

Intel Teach: More than 6.5 million teachers
trained in over 50 countries

$100M Annual Investment

to Improve Education


The Greenest Big Companies in America

Newsweek, September 21, 2009


Water Use at Intel: Saving from Re
-
Use, Measurement,

and Goal
-
Setting

Manufacturing Business Technology, September 11, 2009


Intel Makes Five
Cleantech

Investments:

Is the Energy Push About to Ramp Up?

Greentech

Media, July 21, 2009


Cisco, Intel Help Power Up Smart Grids

EE Times, July 21, 2009


Intel Cuts Emissions by 27% in 2008

Environmental Leader, May 21, 2009


Intel, PepsiCo, Kohl’s Lead U.S. in Purchasing “Green” Energy

Bloomberg, April 27, 2009


Intel Gives Staff Green for Being Green

Matter Network, April 22, 2009


Best Green Effort by a Large Corporation: Intel Corp.

Treehugger
, April 8, 2009


Intel’s Greenest Processor Launches

Matter Network, October 28, 2008


Intel Sits Atop EPA’s Green Power Ranking for Fortune

500 Companies

ZD Net, October 27, 2008


Intel Claims Core Microprocessors Saved World Economy

USD 2Billion in Energy Costs

Tom’s Hardware,
September 25, 2008




Environmentally
Responsible

Per the EPA Green Partnership
program, Intel is the Single
-
Largest
Voluntary Corporate Purchaser of
Green Power in the United States


Over 1.3B kilowatt hours/year

Impacting People

Around the World

The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies
− Fast Company

World’s Most Admired Companies

− Fortune Magazine

$15 million
contributed Towards Technology Research for Independent Living

1 Million Learners

in the Intel Learn Program in nine countries


100 Best Companies


Working Mother

100 Most Sustainable Companies in the World

-

Innovest

and Corporate Knights

Top 500 Greenest Companies in America
-

#4
-

Newsweek Magazine

World’s Most Ethical Companies
-

Ethisphere

Institute

$22.5 Million Donated
by employees and Intel foundation through United Way

CSR Excellence Award


American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai

Top 50 Employers

-

Minority Engineer Magazine

59,000 PCs in 39 countries

supplied for education

$30 million

− Invested in Health Technology Research for Aging Across the Globe

Best Employers for a Healthy Lifestyle


-

National Business Group for Health

1st Place of the 50 Best Companies to Work For

-
The Marker Magazine, Israel

$120 million committed

t
o stimulate more interest among youth in math and science

Semiconductor Sector Leader in Sustainability
− Dow Jones Sustainability Index

5,000+ schools and non profit organizations supported

in 40 countries by Intel employee volunteering

Top Companies Making a Difference

-

United States Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Council

1000 universities, 1600 professors, 100,000+ students

in 72 countries engaged on parallel programming
curriculum

1.3 Million Hours of Volunteer
Service in Our Communities in 2008

Ireland

IFO, Fab 24

Oregon

Fab 20, D1D, D1C, AFO

Arizona

Fab 12, Fab 32

New Mexico

Fab 11X

Massachusetts

Fab 17

Dalian

Fab 68 (2010*)

Israel

Fab 28,
IDPj

(2009*)

* Projected

Costa Rica

Vietnam

(2009*)

Penang

Kulim

Wafer
Fab

Assembly/Test

Fab

and Assembly Test Sites


Chengdu

Cavite

Shanghai

More than 80% of our revenues come

from outside the U.S., but 75% of our

manufacturing is done in the U.S.

Intel Oregon Overview

Intel’s largest and most complex site in the world

Home of the most advanced semiconductor research facilities in the
world

Home of Intel’s most advanced wafer fabrication (Fab) facility

Headquarters of Intel Corporation’s global education program

Headquarters of Intel Foundation

Training center for Intel employees worldwide via Intel University

Largest private employer in Oregon


“Whatever happens at Intel,

happens at Intel Oregon first”

Intel Oregon Recent Investments

Intel Oregon capital investments in 2008/1H

09 =
nearly $2 Billion

Average investment of approximately $1 Billion
annually for past 8 years


Upgrade of Aloha Campus


D1C Development => Production transition


D1D Technology development growth


High Performance Data Center


Significant new technology investments in 2008
-
2009

“About 80% to 90% of the revenue that we have in December
of each year comes from products that weren't there in January.
So unless you are constantly creating new products, new
capability, new technology, you can't exist in our ecosystem.”
--
--
Craig Barrett, Chairman of the Board


Research

Development

Manufacturing


Sort/Test

Automation


Reliability


Modeling

Advanced Design

Ronler Acres


Today

Economy of scale enables in
-
house co
-
optimization

Ronler Acres, Oregon

300mm research, development,

and production on one campus

Intel Oregon Economic Impact

Oregon’s largest employer:


Intel Oregon employment ~15,100


Annual Oregon Payroll
-

$1.7 Billion


Approximately 40,000 jobs generated by Intel’s operations in
Washington County*


Comprises 29% of manufacturing and 50% of high tech
employment in Washington County*



Intel’s capital investments in Oregon since 1974 >$15 Billion




*Data Source:
EcoNorthwest

Economic Impact Study 2003


sustainability


corporate social responsibility (CSR)


corporate citizenship


triple bottom line (TBL)


corporate accountability


environment, social and governance (ESG)


socially responsible investing


eco
-
performance


“green” companies

a business approach to create
long term shareholder value

by managing risks and embracing opportunities arising
from global economic, environmental and social trends
and developments

A common approach

Many terms…

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Int
el
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Intel’s long focus on reducing our
environmental footprint

Intel’s Climate Awareness Timeline

Ahead of the
Curve

Transparency and Disclosure

Driving Company
-
wide

Continuous Improvement

Public
Environmental
Reporting

Public Reporting of

Total Energy Use

First Global

Sector
-
wide
Climate Change
Goal

Public Reporting of
Climate Footprint

Global Energy
Conservation Goal

Join US EPA Climate
Leaders: Global
Climate Footprint
Goal

Largest

Purchaser

of Green
Power in US

1994

1996

1998

2000

2003

2006

2008

“Green”
Fab

32
Comes Online

Led
industry
agreement
on PFC
reduction:
world’s 1st
voluntary
GHG
reduction
agreement

2007

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Int
el
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Strategic alignment:
Identifying key issues and
business drivers

Management & accountability:

senior
management buy
-
in, developing metrics

Employee engagement:
recognition, social
media, aligning compensation

External partnerships/benchmarking:

drive
learning and accountability

Key drivers

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of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


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Identify major risks and
opportunities



Align sustainability/CSR
focus with your business



Map and quantify
existing activities that are
already underway



Gain senior
management support


use business language


Strategic alignment

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Int
el
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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No one
-
size
-
fits
-
all when it
comes to structure



Embed champions and in key
business groups and functions



Set measurement goals for
key performance indicators



Drive accountability through
transparency and compensation
alignment

Management & accountability

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trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Culture shift


integrating into
their decision
-
making



Provide education and ways to
participate



Programs to encourage
innovation or generate project
ideas



Awards and recognition



Leverage video and social
media

Employee engagement

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Int
el
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Business associations and
benchmarking forums



Professional organizations
and networking venues



Strategic partnerships with
NGOs, community groups,
and non
-
profits

External partnerships & learning

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Int
el
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Copyright © 2009 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Int
el
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Questions & additional resources

Intel 2008 CSR Report:

www.intel.com/go/responsibility


CSR@Intel Blog:

http://blogs.intel.com/csr

Jill Eiland, NW Region Corporate Affairs Manager:

jill.w.eiland@intel.com