Corporate Responsibility

Insights into DXC's Corporate Responsibility Program

Artificial intelligence: A force for good?


Whenever there’s a new advance in artificial intelligence (AI), it seems that traditional and social media outlets quickly light up with dystopian scenarios in which sentient robots are poised to take over the human world. Science-fiction imaginings about machines that have the ability to think and act persist even as leading AI researchers seek to […]

Industry-university partnerships that work


Business leaders sometimes describe a need for ideas, talent, and collaboration tools that aren’t found within the four walls of the enterprise but flow from the outside in. Harnessing this “open innovation” can be critical for keeping competitive advantage. In another cultural arena, higher-education decision-makers are increasingly being asked to operate with an entrepreneurial edge […]

DXC Cares: The Noble Box


Szlachetna Paczka (Noble Box) is one of the most popular charity projects in Poland and provided aid to poor families during Christmas holidays since 2001. The organization identifies families affected by poverty, visits them and asks what they need the most. Then, every November, a precise description of each family and their needs is placed […]

DXC Cares: Breast Cancer Awareness in the Baltics


Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in women worldwide, with nearly 1.7 million new cases were diagnosed in 2012. Survival rates for breast cancer vary across the globe, but have generally improved over time. This is due in part to progressive improvements in treatment strategies and earlier diagnoses in nations […]

DXC Cares: Supporting a day of fun for the children of Friedensdorf International

Friedensdorf at Schloss Beck

This fall, DXC employees in Germany were proud to support Friedensdorf International’s annual amusement park trip. Friedensdorf (Peacevillage) International is a charity which provides aid to children from war-torn regions across the globe. One of the charity’s three main areas of work is providing individual medical aid to children injured by war, treating them in […]

DXC Cares: Eco Week in Bucharest

DXC’s Bucharest Center recently hosted an Eco Week event, the first edition of an annual program that aims to educate and sustain long-term eco-friendly behaviour among employees, through a week of workshops and activities. We hope this program will have a significant impact on not just employees, but community as well. And we want to […]

How should businesses respond to climate change?


In their newest assessment of climate data, U.S. scientists point to a 1.8 °F jump in global average surface air temperature in characterizing the period 1901-2016 as “the warmest in the history of modern civilization.” According to the special government climate report released in November, the trend toward record-breaking warmth — with the past three […]

What does the “neurodiverse” workplace look like?


As the STEM skills shortage intensifies, more and more enterprises are setting aside old ways of thinking when it comes to searching out the next great hire. One innovation is to recruit people on the autism spectrum for cybersecurity, analytics and other roles in which many “neurodiverse” individuals can truly shine. But what should our […]

DXC Cares: DXCers run and volunteer across Poland

With 29 teams comprised of 146 runners across three cities — Wrocław, Warsaw, and  Łódź — DXC was once again prominently represented at the Poland Business Run, the country’s largest charity relay run. Held in September, the Business Run aims to raise money for prosthetics, rehabilitation and psychological support for people who have lost their […]

DXC Cares: Runners support metabolic disease research and awareness

Damloop Team

Last month, a team of 20 DXC runners joined forces with Metakids to run the Dam tot Damloop, which is the largest sporting weekend in the Netherlands with over 87,000 participants. The 10-mile run features a unique passage through Amsterdam and holds special significance for DXC in the Netherlands, with many of our largest and […]