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Microsoft’s Organic Approach To Its $90M Employee Philanthropy Program–with Akhtar Badshah

Can Microsoft count social good among its top products? It’s a hard question to answer (for starters, defining and measuring social good is tough) but a fair question to ask in the context of Microsoft’s employee culture of social involvement. Last year, employee giving and company matched funds totaled nearly $90 million. Volunteer time is […]

Building Microsoft’s ‘Stealth’ CSR Program–with Dan Bross

Microsoft has something up its sleeve. A roiling, innovative and effective CSR strategy, which, even among CSR wonks, has gone largely unnoticed. Over the past weeks I’ve had the opportunity to speak with several executives in Redmond, Washington, and Buenos Aires, Argentina, helping to shape Microsoft’s corporate citizenship strategy. ¬†Admittedly, I went into these conversations […]