Tuesday, January 11, 2011

In 2011, IBM reflects on 100 years of innovation,

Sempena ulangtahun ke 100 tahun IBM dalam inovasi pelbagai aktiviti dilakukan



There comes a time when every enterprise must ask itself: What difference have we made?
What impact have we had on the world? What have we changed?
In 2011, IBM reflects on 100 years of innovation, bold risks and transformative breakthroughs. We celebrate the big wins—and the mistakes we've overcome. We renew our purpose, unite in our legacy and define our aspirations for the future.
Welcome to IBM at 100.

Welcome to IBM at 100

Join us in celebrating 100 years of progress.


IBM’s 100 Icons of Progress

In the span of a century, IBM has evolved from a small business that made scales, time clocks and tabulating machines to a globally integrated enterprise with 400,000 employees and a strong vision for the future. The stories that have emerged throughout our history are complex tales of big risks, lessons learned and discoveries that have transformed the way we work and live. These 100 iconic moments—these Icons of Progress—demonstrate our faith in science, our pursuit of knowledge and our belief that together we can make the world work better.
Check back. New stories will be added throughout our centennial year.

IBM100 A Culture of Think iconic mark

A Culture of Think

In a sales meeting at NCR, an angry Thomas Watson Sr. barked at his staff “what you men have to do is THINK!” With that, he wrote THINK on a flip board and told an assistant to put the word on plaques and give them out. When Watson joined the nascent C-T-R in 1914, he brought the THINK slogan with him. By the1920s, C-T-R became IBM, THINK signs appeared in many locations and the slogan became synonymous with the company as it attracted the media spotlight. With THINK as the mantra, Watson created a culture of independent thinkers and impassioned sellers, empowering a large, dispersed workforce.
Explore this Icon of Progress

Celebration of Service
Join IBMers worldwide to help improve the communities where we work, learn and live. You can pledge your participation, find volunteer resources and read success stories from around the world.

Introducing “They Were There” and “100x100,” two short films that capture how IBM has shaped the last century and is making the world work better. Watch:



Celebrate IBM’s 100-year history with commemorative memorabilia designed exclusively for IBMers, families and friends.

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