Intel Essay Topics

Limitations of the balanced scorecard

As any other management innovation the balanced scorecard faces certain challenges as it attempt to break away from traditional approaches of management. For one it is difficult to implement a balanced scorecard system in large organizations such as Intel as it requires solvating for support from fellow mangers. Additionally, commitment and cooperation from project managers… View Article

Key performance indicators

In the financial perspective the cash flows return on investment return on capitals employed and return on equity act as indicators of how a business is performing (Kaplan & Norton, 1993) From a customers perspective the key indicators includes customer satisfaction rate, customers’ retention and delivery performance to customer in terms of quality and timeless… View Article

Intel Corporation: 1968-1997

Question: Apply the tetra threat framework in analyzing Intel’s strategy to sustain competitive advantage in microprocessors Threat of Imitation: * Intel used economies of scale to counter imitation. Project Crush helped it to gain IBM’s contract for the 8088 microprocessor. * By entering into a long term relationship with Microsoft, which was its complementor. *… View Article

Paul Stevens Otellini

Paul S. Otellini joined Intel Corporation in the year 1974. Since 2002 he had served as the President and the Chief Operating Officer (COO), therefore, he is familiar with the working environment of the company and its corporate culture. In the same year he got elected for the board of directors of the company and… View Article

A Case study of Intel

Introduction In this case, I’ve studied the globally known semiconductor manufacturer, which is the Intel. The purpose of the study is to analyze the objectives and strategies used by Intel, SWOT analyzing and discuss major issues or problems that the company faced. About: Intel Corporation is the biggest semiconductor manufacturer in the world and has… View Article