Andy Grove, the CEO of Intel during its years of explosive growth, is on the shortlist of Americas most admired businesspeople, along with Steve Jobs, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates. Brilliant, brave, and willing to defy conventional wisdom, Grove is, according to Harvard Business School professor Richard S. Tedlow, "the best model we have for leading a business in the twenty-first century."
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"But as a biography of Intel as well as a primer on Grove's writings and management philosophy, the book is truly illuminating. In offering a closeup portrait of this prickly but gifted executive, Tedlow helps us understand why Grove's tenure as Intel's CEO "was so spectacularly successful." - PW.
"This biography, based on unfettered access to the subject and those close to him, is engaging and informative, but never fully dispels the mystery. An ultimately unsurprising contribution to business literature." - Kirkus.
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