Werner von Siemens
Excellence Award
Dzintra Rubule
Siemens Osakeyhtio Latvian branch
HR&Communication Manager
2011
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Megatrends shape our future
Urbanization
 2007: for the first time in history, more people live in cities than in rural
areas.
 Today 280 million people live in megacities (> 10 million residents)
 2030: 60 % of the world’s population will live in cities
 Urban conglomerations contribute a high share of a nation’s economic
output: Tokyo provides 40% of Japan’s GDP, Paris generates 30% of
France’s GDP.
Demographic Change
 Average life expectancy worldwide will increase to 72 years in 2025
from 46.6 years in 1950.
 World population will grow from more than 6 billion now
to 8 billion by 2025.
 95% of the global population growth is taking place in developing
countries.
 The 65+ generation will nearly double worldwide by 2030
(from 7% to 12%),
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Megatrends shape our future
Climate Change
 The average global surface temperature has increased by 0.76° C
compared to the 18th century.
 11 of the 12 years between 1994 and 2005 rank among the 12
warmest since weather observations began.
 Greenhouse gas emissions haven risen dramatically since
industrialization. Today we face the highest CO2 concentration in the
atmosphere for the past 350,000 years.
Globalization
 From 1950 to 2004, the volume of global trade has increased 27.5-fold.
 The number of global players has grown from 17,000 in 1980 to over
70,000 today.
 Ocean freight has increased over the past four decades from less than
6,000 billion ton-miles to over 27,500 billion ton-miles a year.
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Higher quality of life in future cities
Infrastructure planning and implementation
Higher quality of life
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Sustainability
Economic competitiveness
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Sectors and Divisions: Industry
Industry
Divisions
 Drive Technologies
 Industry Automation
 Building Technologies
 Mobility
 Lighting (OSRAM)
 Industry Solutions
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Energy
Healthcare
Divisions
 Fossil Power Generation
 Renewable Energy
 Oil & Gas
 Energy Service
 Power Transmission
 Power Distribution
Divisions
 Imaging & IT
 Workflow & Solutions
 Diagnostics
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Sectors and Divisions: Energy
Industry
Divisions
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Drive Technologies
Industry Automation
Building Technologies
Mobility
Lighting (OSRAM)
Industry Solutions
Energy
Healthcare
Divisions
 Fossil Power Generation
 Renewable Energy
 Oil & Gas
 Energy Service*
 Power Transmission
 Power Distribution
Divisions
 Imaging & IT
 Workflow & Solutions
 Diagnostics
* Figures for this Division are incorporated in the reporting of the other Divisions of the Energy Sector
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Sectors and Divisions: Healthcare
Industry
Divisions
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Drive Technologies
Industry Automation
Building Technologies
Mobility
Lighting (OSRAM)
Industry Solutions
Energy
Healthcare
Divisions
 Fossil Power Generation
 Renewable Energy
 Oil & Gas
 Energy Service
 Power Transmission
 Power Distribution
Divisions *
 Imaging & IT
 Workflow & Solutions
 Diagnostics
* New Division strcuture, first reported as of January 2011
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Our vision and our values
Siemens –
the pioneer in
Our values
Responsible
Committed to ethical and
responsible actions
Energy efficiency
Industrial productivity
Excellent
Achieving high performance
and excellent results
Affordable and
personalized healthcare
Innovative
Intelligent
infrastructure solutions
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Being innovative to create
sustainable value
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Innovation is our lifeblood
 €3.846 billion in fiscal 2010, or
5.1% of revenue
 30,100 R&D employees worldwide
 178 R&D locations in over
30 countries around the world
 8,800 inventions in FY 2010 or 40
inventions per work day
 57,900 active patents
30 100 R&D employees made
8 800 inventions in 2010.
 Nearly 58 000 active patents
 R&D investments €3.8 billion
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We have defined our most relevant CR issues
Corporate Governance
& Compliance
Environmental
Issues
Social
Issues
Siemens
has zero
tolerance for
non-compliant
behavior!
• Compliance
• Environmental portfolio
• Employee qualifications
• Supplier standards
• Own ecological footprint
• Occupational health and
safety
• Managed substances in
products
• Millennium development
projects
• Disaster relief
• Human rights
• Diversity
Transparency ● Accountability ● Performance
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The message concerning Compliance is authentic,
clear and non-compromising
“Being a responsible
company – this is what our
foundation was built on, this
is a core element of our
values. Highest performance
with highest ethics”
Peter Löscher, President and
Chief Executive Officer of Siemens AG
Source: P. Löscher; September 2010
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We need to continue fostering an integrity culture
Questions to guide Siemens employees towards compliant and responsible behavior
1
Is it the right thing for Siemens?
2
Is it consistent with Siemens core values and
mine?
3
Is it legal? Is it ethical?
4
Is it something I am willing to be held accountable
for?
If the answer is YES to all of those questions,
DON'T WORRY, BE CONFIDENT!
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Sustainability as the key to success:
Siemens has been in business for 163 years
For us, sustainability means acting in the best interest of coming
generations – with respect to the economy, the environment and society.
I won't sell the future
for short-term profit.
Werner von Siemens
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From Werner von Siemens' workshop
to global player – active in over 190 countries
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1847
Founding of ''Telegraphen-Bauanstalt von
Siemens & Halske" in Berlin
1850
First international sales agency in London
1855
Founding of the Russian company as the first foreign
branch
1904
First permanent office in China
1905
Founding of Siemens do Brazil
1924
Founding of Siemens India Ltd.
1961
Exports exceed 1 billion DM for first time
1968
Siemens passes the 100-country mark
1970
Founding of Siemens Corporation, USA
1994
Founding of Siemens Ltd. China in Beijing
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The History of Siemens – From Workshop to
Global Player
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People are the power of Siemens
Siemens encourages
lifelong learning and development
Siemens empowers its diverse
and engaged people worldwide
Siemens stands for integrity
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