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Best Partnership Lightning Round: What It Means to Be a Good Partner

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Great partnerships take a long time to build up. Today, on Day 4 of the Best Partnership Finalist Lightning Round, we learn what it means to be a good partner. Meet the respondents.

Best Partnership Lightning Round: Challenges that Are Overcome

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It’s Day 3 of the first-ever Best Partnership Finalist Lightning Round, and today’s question is:

Best Partnership Lightning Round: Most Rewarding Moments

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This is the second post in our 2012 Best Partnership Award "Finalist Lightning Round" week-long series. This series brings you the opinions of the people who make the Best Partnerships work. (Read: Day 1)

Best Partnership Award Finalist Intel Brings Tech to Education with World Vision

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Great partnerships are a natural fit between the two parties. When partnerships work, they leverage the capacity of each team member to a surprising degree. That’s what I see in the Intel/World Vision partnership. It has the hallmarks of a great relationship: it uses pre-existing capacities in innovative ways to create new value, and it uses the core competencies of each organization to ensure this its impacts are targeted and mutually beneficial.

Best Partnership Lightning Round: Why Should These Finalists Win?

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Today we're bringing something new to you. For the first time in the history of the Best Partnership Award, our blog will feature a week-long "Finalist Lightning Round" to give you the chance to hear directly from some of the people who make these Best Partnerships work

These Organizations Help Girls Sport a Solid Education

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The 2012 Summer Olympics were labeled the Women’s Olympics. Women out-medaled men in the United States, China, and Russia; 44% of all athletes at the Olympics were women; and the first athletes from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Brunei participated in the Games this year. It was a huge accomplishment for women in sport -- 40 years after the passage of Title IX, it seems that women have finally arrived at the Olympics. 

Business Delivering Environmental Innovation

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Over the course of human history, inventions such as the printing press, automobile, computer, and Internet-related technologies have radically altered the way humans live, work, and connect to each other. According to Radicati Group, worldwide more than 200 billion emails are sent and a billion online videos are watched every day. These technological innovations and the businesses that design, build, and deliver them have enriched our lives, strengthened our economy, and allowed us to experience things that were only recently considered the domain of science fiction novels.

New Insight from the Business for Good Map: Intel & Microsoft

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As the Research Manager at BCLC I’m excited to report we have the initial findings from our Business for Good project. Conducted with the Center for Social Value Creation (CSVC), this project is increasing understanding of how major companies are positively impacting communities around the globe.

3 Ways to Get Informed about Business Environmental Innovations

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When people discuss the environmental impact of business, it's often with the assumption that the impacts are always going to be negative. This leads to a public fixation on mitigating -- rather than empowering -- business and environmental interactions. Reducing negative impact is crucial (you'll hear no argument from us there). But so are conversations about the business sector's ability to bring ingenuity and technology advancements that are positive for the company and the environment.

Anticipating the Closing Bell

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[Editor's Note - this article first appeared on CSR@Intel blog.]

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