• ALL GOALS
    • ALL GOALS
    • ADVANCING SUSTAINABILITY
    • CULTIVATING INCLUSION
    • TRANSFORMING LIVES
    • UPHOLDING ETHICS & PRIVACY

    Our highest aspirations reflect how we’ll make our positive social impact real and measurable

    Learn more about all of our 2030 goals

    50%

    We will reduce Scopes 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030

    As part of our efforts to help reduce the effects of climate change, we will halve our operational greenhouse gas emissions.

    We will source 75% of electricity from renewable sources across all Dell facilities by 2030 — and 100% by 2040

    Using renewables is essential in the fight against climate change. We’re 100% in support of 100% renewable power generation.

    80%

    We will reduce the energy intensity of our entire product portfolio by 80% (2011—2020)

    Energy-efficient products are important to the environment and to you. We’ll continue with this goal through 2020 and update it for the next decade soon.

    60%

    We will partner with our direct material suppliers to meet a science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction target of 60% per unit revenue by 2030

    Our carbon footprint includes emissions our suppliers create as they provide products or services to us. So we support them as they work toward more renewables, greater energy efficiency, and better measurement and reporting.

    We will drive sustainability improvements in our global workplaces through 2030

    Local action informed by local needs creates meaningful results for our communities. Over the next decade, we will continue to advance sustainability improvements wherever we operate.

    Each year through 2030, we will show continued commitments to provide healthy work environments where people can thrive

    All the workplaces within our business ecosystem must be safe and healthy for everyone. We will keep meeting industry standards and promoting them throughout our supply chain.

    Each year through 2030, we will deliver future-ready skills development for workers in our supply chain

    As the workplace continues to evolve in the digital era, we offer our supply-chain workers professional development programs to advance their skills, creating a win for everyone.

    Each year through 2030, we will continue engagement with the people who make our products

    Our supply-chain workers have so much to offer — we want to connect with them, leveraging feedback mechanisms and digital tools to gain their valuable insights and innovations.

    25%

    By 2030, 25% of our U.S. workforce and 15% of our U.S. people leaders will be black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

    We’re expanding access to technology, training and education to widen our talent pipeline for minorities, so that they better reflect the cultural diversity in our communities.

    50%

    Each year through 2030, 50% of the people empowered by our social and education initiatives will be girls, women or underrepresented groups

    Our social and education programs offer access to information and technology that can — and should —benefit people of all backgrounds. We want at least half of them to be women or underrepresented minorities, including socioeconomically disadvantaged people. One example of how we’ll meet this goal: we're partnering to form a new Women in Technology Consortium, to help more girls and women to thrive in tech.

    90%

    Each year through 2030, 90% of our employees will rate their job as meaningful*

    Employees who find meaning in their work are more fulfilled, engaged and productive. Our Tell Dell employee survey offers a voluntary, confidential forum to help us gauge how they (and we) are doing.

    *This goal’s metric is based on the average rating employee respondents gave their leaders during our annual, internal and optional employee opinion survey of Dell Technologies employees, excluding VMware, Secureworks and Pivotal.

    50%

    By 2030, 50% of our employees will participate in Employee Resource Groups to drive social impact

    Dell Technologies’ Employee Resource Groups connect colleagues worldwide by gender, ethnicity, identity and various backgrounds, and encourage them to bring their authentic selves, diverse perspectives and collective voices together to help drive business impact.

    75%

    Each year through 2030, 75% of our employees will believe their leader is inspiring*

    Leaders who inspire bring to the table a broad spectrum of skills and talents — such as strategic thinking, listening, problem-solving and decision-making — as well as the ability to motivate others to bring their best, as well.

    *This goal’s metric is based on the average rating employee respondents gave their leaders during our annual, internal and optional employee opinion survey of Dell Technologies employees, excluding VMware, Secureworks and Pivotal.

    95%

    By 2030, 95% of our employees will participate in annual foundational learning on key topics such as unconscious bias, harassment, microaggression and privilege

    As employee and customer populations continue to diversify, our foundational learning programs — designed to advance awareness and promote positive change — are vital to our continued growth and success.

    50%

    Each year through 2030, 50% of the people empowered by our social and education initiatives will be girls, women or underrepresented groups

    Our social and education programs offer access to information and technology that can — and should —benefit people of all backgrounds. We want at least half of them to be women or underrepresented minorities, including socioeconomically disadvantaged people. One example of how we’ll meet this goal: our new STEM programs are aimed at attracting and deepening a technology talent pool of women and minorities.

    1K

    By 2030, we will use our expertise and technology to help 1,000 nonprofit partners digitally transform to better serve their communities

    Nonprofit groups are powerful forces for good, but they’re at risk of being left behind in today’s tech-driven world. We will apply our technology and expertise to ensure IT helps nonprofits do what they do best.

    75%

    Each year through 2030, 75% of our employees will participate in giving or volunteerism in their communities

    We’re passionate about contributing to our communities, so we’re making it easier for employees to give their funds, talents and time to their choice of causes — rewarding volunteer service and matching financial donations.

    100%

    By 2030, 100% of our employees will demonstrate their commitment to our values criteria

    We care about how we do business. We create a culture of integrity through our everyday business practices, new digital tools, and full employee participation in annual training.

    100%

    By 2030, 100% of the direct partners we do business with will demonstrate their commitment to our values

    The companies we partner with are an extension of our business, and must operate lawfully, ethically, and in line with our expectations. So we provide them with technology and expertise to fully support their operational integrity.