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A Baseline for Success: Creating Sustainable PPPs

By Laura Quintana, VP of Corporate Affairs at Cisco
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This is the fourth article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, part two on determining when and how long to engage, part three on determining how to execute, and stay tuned for next week’s final post on how to leverage technology and innovation.

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This is the fourth article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, part two on determining when and how long to engage, part three on determining how to execute, and stay tuned for next week’s final post on how to leverage technology and innovation.

Implementing a Successful Public-Private Partnership | Part 3: Determine How to Execute

By Laura Quintana, VP of Corporate Affairs at Cisco
Summary: 

This is the third article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, and part two on determining when and how long to engage.

 

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This is the third article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, and part two on determining when and how long to engage.

 

Implementing a Successful Public-Private Partnership | Part 2: Determining When and How Long to Engage

By Laura Quintana, VP of Corporate Affairs at Cisco
Summary: 

This is the second article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click here to read part one on determining who to work with, and stay tuned for next week’s post on how to execute successful PPPs.

Have a question or comment? Tweet at @CiscoCSR and be sure to join us September 21, from 10-11am PT, for a #CiscoChat with PPP thought-leaders Laura Quintana, Vice President, Corporate Affairs at Cisco; Laurence Carter, Senior Director of Public Private Partnerships at the World Bank; Sasha Kapadia, Director, International Development at Mastercard; Keith Davis, President & CEO of the Camden Dream Center; and Jen Boynton, Editor in Chief at TriplePundit.

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This is the second article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click here to read part one on determining who to work with, and stay tuned for next week’s post on how to execute successful PPPs.

Have a question or comment? Tweet at @CiscoCSR and be sure to join us September 21, from 10-11am PT, for a #CiscoChat with PPP thought-leaders Laura Quintana, Vice President, Corporate Affairs at Cisco; Laurence Carter, Senior Director of Public Private Partnerships at the World Bank; Sasha Kapadia, Director, International Development at Mastercard; Keith Davis, President & CEO of the Camden Dream Center; and Jen Boynton, Editor in Chief at TriplePundit.

Implementing a Successful Public-Private Partnership | Part 1: Find the Right Partner

Summary: 

This is the first article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact.

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This is the first article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact.

How Can Companies Respond to the Refugee Crisis?

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FSG Managing Director Philippe Sion recently hosted a panel on the role companies can take in accelerating solutions to the refugee crisis, as part of the Everyone a Humanitarian series, hosted by swissnex in San Francisco.

Cisco’s Connectivity Solutions Paving the Way for the Next Generation of Mine at Goldcorp

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As part of our series on #DisruptMining Innovation, in today’s post we’ll share some of the work we’ve been doing with Cisco to build the next-generation of connected mines.

Oceans of Data from the World's Offshore Wind Farms

Artificial intelligence is helping to monitor wind turbines in some of the world's most remote locations.
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by Mary Gorges
 
Offshore from the tiny country of Denmark stand enough wind turbines to power 42 percent of the homes in this country of 5.5 million people – the highest proportion of wind power in the world. More turbines are going up worldwide as concerns over global warming and demand for alternative energy sources grow.

Transformation in the Healthcare Industry — and How Cisco is Innovating

by Stephanie Chan
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The advances in healthcare are happening at breakneck speed and some of the latest cutting-edge innovations and technology will be on display this week at one of the most respected annual healthcare conferences, called HIMMS. That stands for Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. While it may not roll off the tongue, this conference promises to bring together 40-thousand health experts from around the world. 

New York City Nonprofit City Harvest Alleviates Hunger with the Help of New Cisco Hyperconverged Technology

Employees and volunteers help feed the hungry using virtual desktops powered by Cisco HyperFlex
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SAN JOSE, Calif., February 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ – City Harvest, which rescues surplus food from grocers, farms, restaurants, and manufacturers and distributes it free of charge to New York City food pantries, soup kitchens and other community food programs, looks to utilize cutting-edge technology to better serve its community partners.

Supply Chain Digitization and Positive Impact

A look at how digitization is helping supply chains be more socially responsible.
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by Melissa Jun Rowley

Our supply chains are in drastic need of a makeover from the inside out. According to the British Standard Institute’s 2016 study on supply chain risk, global supply chains have incurred $56 billion in extra costs related to catastrophic events ranging from weather disasters, to power outages, to theft, to a myriad of other issues. From a corporate social responsibility standpoint, supply chain transparency is vital for increasing prosperity, promoting sustainability and saving lives.

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