IBM... 100 Years Young
Last Thursday, June 19th IBM celebrated it’s 100th anniversary…100 years of solving difficult problems and reinventing itself, it’s workforce and the society’s concept of a ‘workforce’ to tackle mankind’s next most immediate hurdle. For a quick and powerful trip through the last century of progress as seen through the eyes of IBM’s innovations and social contributions, watch the IBM Centennial Film: 100 X 100 - A century of achievements that have changed the world, check out the latest news on the IBM Centennial at ibm.com, or learn what it means to be building a ‘smarter planet.’ IBM has grown old by ‘staying young’ and thinking big, broad and beyond tomorrow. Sam Palmisano, IBM Chairman, President and CEO sums it up in his opening letter to the 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report, “To achieve long-term success, you have to manage for the long-term.” IBM is 100 years young and applying technology, creativity and innovation to challenges real and eventual, across all walks of life in over 170 countries. Happy Birthday, IBM!