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The HR Report 2011/2012.

53 Competitive workforceHR Big 4 and Group strategy Service culture Talent agenda HR@2012 Gender: More women at the top. More women in management positions. In 2010, Telekom was the first DAX 30 company to introduce a women’s quota for new appointments and participation in management programs. By the end of 2015, 30 percent of upper and middle management positions are to be filled by women. This rule applies to all of Telekom’s national companies. The Board of Management deci- sion to introduce a women’s quota is a visible expression of the move toward a new corporate culture. In order to achieve this tar- get, we are implementing our program for the women’s quota right along the entire talent pipeline, in our training courses, co- operative and part-time study programs, in our development pro- grams for junior staff, and in our programs for executives, right through to filling top positions. With systematic controlling and monitoring of our appointment and selection processes, we cre- ate transparency and ensure that at least 30 percent of women are included in applicant shortlists. Women in middle and upper management. In %. 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Dec. 31, 2010 Dec. 31, 2011 13.3 15.6 24.9 26.7 12.1 12.4 20.3 22.4 32.2 32.8 22.7 24.7 OS Germany T-Systems Group Headquarters and Shared Services Group as a wholeOS Europe USA The Telekom School of Transformation. More than a corporate university. In fiscal year 2011, we initiated the establishment of the Telekom School of Transformation. In the future, it will act as a provider of impetus for the Telekom of tomorrow. The Telekom School reflects changes in society, culture and technology, encourages sustainable solutions for future work and living environments and therefore promotes the continual transformation of Telekom. The Telekom School of Transformation supports national and international networking within the company in the same way as the dialog with its external stakeholders. It identifies potential for innovation and change and encour- ages responsible entrepreneurial conduct in employees. It strengthens Telekom on its way to becoming the most highly regarded service company in the sector. Unique learn- ing and experience spaces – virtual and real – allow the development of new competencies, and leeway for thinking opens windows into the future. In this way, our employer promise, The Great Experience, will be immediately tan- gible at the Telekom School. In mid-2012, the measures and offers of the Telekom School of Transformation will grad- ually go “live”, thus becoming accessible to our employees. i