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Governance

Dell recognizes that our purpose, values and ethical principles will power our success and that good governance makes it possible for us to adapt our business to new opportunities, while keeping these fundamental pillars strong and unwavering. Governance at Dell encompasses both strong oversight and a commitment to a culture that wins with integrity. Most importantly, we have a strong culture of accountability that encourages all team members, at all levels, to raise their hands and speak up about issues.
  1. Dell's Code of Conduct

    "How We Win," Dell's Code of Conduct, provides general guidance to all team members on how to behave legally and ethically. It serves as a guidebook for living our value of winning with integrity.

  2. Policies and Positions

    Stakeholders ask about policies, position and compliance. Look here for a link to info on Dell’s political spending, environmental policies and social responsibility.

  3. Regulatory Compliance

    Dell is committed to compliance with the laws and regulations in each country into which the company ships our products.

  4. Public policy

    At Dell, we believe that supporting candidates who understand the company’s legislative initiatives and policies is appropriate and in the best interest of our customers, employees and stockholders.

  5. Political Disclosure and Accountability

    We believe that supporting candidates who understand the company’s legislative initiatives and policies is appropriate and is in the best interest of our customers, employees and shareholders.

  6. Stakeholder Philosophy

    Traditionally, we refer to customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, government organizations and non-governmental organizations as stakeholders.

  7. Dell’s Response to Stakeholder Feedback

    Dell engaged with Ceres and a team of external stakeholders, selected by Ceres and focused on sustainability, to review this year’s corporate responsibility report.

  8. Business Model

    In our global business environment of varied cultures, we've got to go beyond simply following the law — we must act with integrity.