July 2015 Event

Ethics: Beyond Words & Slogans

Friday, July 24, 2015
Texas Instruments - South Campus Auditorium
12500 TI Blvd
Dallas, TX 75243

Texas Instruments has been innovating for 85 years. As a $13B company operating in 35 countries, serving more than 100,000 customers worldwide, the core values of integrity, innovation, and commitment are the foundation of the company culture and drive the behaviors of the organization.  Texas Instruments is continually recognized for their corporate social responsibility. 

In 2015, Texas Instruments was named as one of the Worlds Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Magazine (9th consecutive year) and was named 2nd in Industry onFortunes Worlds Most Admired Companies list (12th consecutive year). 

Join David Solomon, Texas Instruments Vice President and Ethics Director, as he shares best practices and disciplines that are transferable to all professionals seeking to build a transparently ethical, accountable organization. 

About the Speaker:

 

David Solomon, Texas Instruments, Vice President, TI Ethics Director

David SolomanDavid Solomon is a second-generation Texas Instruments employee who has spent his 35-year career at TI in various Human Resources roles, most recently as director of Ethics since October 2012.

He has held positions in staffing, compensation, benefits and in various other TI business groups as HR director. His most recent past assignment was vice president and HR director for TIs Technology & Manufacturing Group.

A graduate of Texas Tech University, David earned his bachelors degree in communications. He is a member of the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association and The Conference Boards Global Council on Business Conduct.

 

About TI

We are visionaries. We are differentiators. We are TIers. As a global semiconductor company operating in 35 countries, Texas Instruments (TI) is first and foremost a reflection of its people. From the TIer who unveiled the first working integrated circuit in 1958 to the more than 30,000 TIers around the world today who design, manufacture and sell analog and embedded processing chips, we are problem-solvers collaborating to change the world through technology.

Our mission is to change the world, one chip at a time. Our analog and embedded processing products power electronics across every industry and help to make the world smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more fun. We know our customers depend on us to help them innovate and get to market first, so we drive toward flawless execution to get them the differentiated products, software and support they need, when they need it. We engage early with our customers and learn as much as we can about their needs so we can continually produce new, innovative technologies for their future applications.

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