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IBM is a company of people who constantly wonder about how they can make the world better. IBM’s Corporate Service Corps is one of many options available.
Over the next three years, IBM will choose 600 "high-potential" employees from around the world, with a diverse range of skills, to perform top quality community service in developing regions in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.
Even in a company with over 386,000 employees in more than 170 countries, collaborative technology and tools have enabled IBMers to connect to each other, and feel a sense of belonging within the IBM global team.
Collaboration tools enable IBMers to reach out to colleagues, build a sense of community, and respond to challenges that cross the boundaries of the company, to capitalise on the vast network of IBM experts at all levels around the world.IBMers today are using the latest Web 2.0 technology to take information sharing and team building to a whole new level, in turn driving performance, innovation and business growth. On a typical day, IBMers exchange e-mail and instant messages, search the company's global employee phone directory, attend virtual meetings, and socialize via online clubs and Facebook-like internal websites.
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