This Case is about ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, RISK MANAGEMENT, TECHNOLOGY
PUBLICATION DATE: August 18, 2009 PRODUCT #: 610025-PDF-ENG
Vivonic was a startup that was part of Intel’s New Business Initiatives that sought sell and to develop private well-being tracking applications and hardware. When it was financed, Intel was seeking diversification and was in the midst of record increase. But the firm lacked while it strove to create its own domain expertise and the unit confronted many challenges working with existing Intel procedures. This instance complements 609-043 “Intel NBI: Intel Corporation’s New Business Initiatives,” and 609-102 “Intel NBI: Intel Corporation’s New Business Initiatives (B).” It’s among the unsuccessful enterprises mentioned in those instances.