Incredible nonsence on university determining vision & leadership...
studies point out that DNA & dermination & societal conditions & "luck" & motivational skills are likely the biggest factors in being succesful....because it is teamswho buils success in enterprises, not just individuals !
@sprite 022 : Asian conformism, i.e. authority bias and majority bias will prevent technology leadership or breakthrough...
Interesting! If that's true, then his almost immediate taking action (even if no significant shoes have dropped yet) means that the board is accutely aware that things need to change - fast. Intel has traditionally been a company that sticks to long-term strategies, and this move suggests that the board must be accutely aware of the dire outlook for the current strategy. Curious to see what the next steps in his plan are.
This thread has gone way off topic and needs to be stopped. I wish people would simply comment on the main theme of an article instead of spewing out all kinds of irrelevant stuff. Yes, I believe in free speech and everything but we have to draw the line somewhere.
Moderator - please help!
I think all of you who feel offended if your IQ might be lower and graduated from a tier 3 college should take it easy.
this is life, someone does have something better than you. you can be jealous, angry, but it's not cool if you try to fool yourself or others.
just like if you get a 200lbs wife, don't try to tell people it give you the same experience as angelina jolie.
It won't be the same, as we all know...
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