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Michael Dell: ‘Stronger’ VMware Integrations, PC Growth Ahead

IT legend and Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell talks to CRN about his company’s future with VMware, Project Apex and whether PC sales can continue to soar.

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In terms of Dell Technologies’ 2030 goals, how many women will make up the company’s workforce?

We set an ambition to have 50 percent of our workforce be women by 2030 and 40 percent of our leaders, at least, be women.

First of all, we all know the industry is continuing to grow, it’s a big economic engine around the world. So it needs talent and overlooking, or not fully giving opportunities to all the talent, would be a huge mistake. We’ve also seen through this last year, cracks exposed in our society for women and underrepresented minorities. It’s a responsibility for companies like ours to create those opportunities. A decade ago we set big goals for 2020, we achieved a significant majority of those. Now we’ve set even bigger goals for 2030.

You see more and more companies voluntarily set big ambition like this. VMware has also done something very similar. Its purpose and profits. People want to be part of an organization that makes a difference in the world, not just through the great technologies and products and services they provide, but also through the opportunities that the business creates. That’s how we lift everyone up and create a better world. We believe that’s part of our job.

 
 
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