At John Zink Hamworthy Combustion (JZHC), additive manufacturing isn’t limited to the manufacturing floor. The emissions control equipment company has sprinkled 3D printers throughout its global organization, including installing one in every department of its Tulsa, Oklahoma, headquarters. This 3D-printing initiative gives all employees a chance to see their ideas come to life, layer by layer, whether for personal or business use.
By John Moses, Vice President, Americas Partner Organization
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that the old adage is true: necessity truly is the mother of invention. It’s also shown us that when we work together, not only can we adapt, but we can overcome challenges and even achieve things we previously hadn’t thought were possible.
Our partners have been the very embodiment of those ideas over the course of this year, helping in ways large and small all around the world. Cisco, too, has leaned into the challenges that 2020 has thrown our way, and together we’ve worked to create the solutions our communities need most.
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About 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease today and are waiting for a cure. By 2050, close to 15 million will be diagnosed with this memory-stealing disease. BrightFocus Foundation believes supporting scientists’ bold ideas through our Alzheimer’s Disease Research program holds tremendous hope.
Leveraging mobile technology & creative storytelling to enhance HIV prevention, care and treatment for children and adolescents
Great strides have been made in the fight against HIV and AIDS globally. This is especially true in South Africa, which has the world’s largest HIV treatment program. However, largely due to social and structural barriers, children and adolescents are still being left behind. The KidzAlive Mobilized program aims to help fill the gap.
When reflecting on the events of 2020, the word that leaps to many of our minds is “unprecedented.” From the crippling COVID-19 pandemic to the calls for justice and equity heard across the United States, companies have had to absorb a number of unprecedented shocks to the way they do business, and the way they carry out their mandate of corporate citizenship.