Intel NBI: Intel Corporations New Business Initiatives (A) Case Solution

Intel Corporation, processes and priorities that have been successful are hard to beat as the company tries to diversify its base. The history of the group case study and the development of new business initiatives (NBI) as the leader is dealing with the issues surrounding why so few start-ups of the device does not become major enterprises in the existing structure of Intel division. While a handful have successfully “graduated” and will continue to show high levels of commitment, these companies are not really new and different companies to Intel. Instead, they have been strongly linked to existing companies, which raises the question whether GNP had simply become a way that existing divisions fiscal shock hazard. The case examines what worked and what did not, and the challenges posed by the transition to new business in the current mainstream of society.
by
Willy Shih,
Thomas Thurston
Source: Harvard Business School
12 pages.
Release Date: October 6, 2008. Prod #: 609043-PDF-ENG
Intel NBI: new business initiatives of Intel Corporation (A) Case Solution

Intel NBI: Intel Corporations New Business Initiatives (A) Case Solution
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