I think also, especially for ADI. Getting someone from AMD is totally wrong for the company. AMD is not a good company and it has failed to execute. What kind of solutions or ideas will she share to ADI which has not tried in AMD?
It's a joke, Lisa's org under FSL kept losing market share rapidly with lots of strategic mistakes. She might be a good scholar at MIT, but that is very, very different from a good manager. Both AMD and ADI are wrong, deadly wrong.
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