9 Management Lessons From the Book of a Legendary CEO

If you are reading this article on a computer, there are 80% chances that the CPU of it is powered by Intel. One of the main reasons for the overwhelming success of this American technology company has name and surname: Andrew Grove.

He was the third employee of a company that now employees more than one hundred thousand people, and became their CEO in 1987. He retired in…

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Former 5-Star airline specialist, creator of https://expatriateconsultancy.com and the podcast https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-expatriate-consultancy

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