24 October, 2014 | (01 hr)
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If Intel wanted to take the lead in mobile technology, the window of opportunity was closing quickly. From leading in PCs and servers, Intel had missed the boat on the shift to mobility with tablets and phones. Our guest speaker Rani Borkar, who was then leading the development of PCs and servers, was also given the charter to build world-class phone/tablet system-on-chips (SoCs). No problem for Rani. She loves a challenge. She quickly realized that applying the old principles that made her team successful in the past was not going to be sufficient. Our guest speaker embarked on a comprehensive transformation of her organization at a scale that was unprecedented at Intel. You’ll be inspired by her "run fast and don’t wait" approach.
Audience: Change leaders, practitioners, and any executive responsible for transformation and direction setting enterprise wide and/or at the business unit/departmental levels.
Rani N. Borkar is corporate vice president and general manager of the Product Development Group for Intel Corporation. In this role Borkar is responsible for driving Intel’s silicon development strategy & product integration spanning the breadth of Intel’s wide product portfolio. ...Full Bio
Sheri Rothman is a senior writer at The Conference Board. She has also written for the Washington Post, Credit Union magazine, Bank Investment Marketing magazine, and numerous business websites and newsletters....Full Bio