Yearly Archives: 2014

How Intel apps are helping small farmers boost crops—and incomes

This post was written by Intel employee Nisha Desai, a writer who enjoys finding, shaping, and sharing great stories about Intel’s technology and people. She also manages a team of graphics whizzes dedicated to internal communications. Nisha joined Intel in 2008 after majoring … Read more >

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Committing to Action: Girls and STEM at CGI

Late last month, President Clinton, Secretary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton hosted the fourth meeting of CGI Americas, an annual event focused on finding solutions that promote economic recovery in the United States. This working meeting brought together leaders from corporations, … Read more >

Disrupting Global Development by “Making”

Sensors may be small—but they have the power to dramatically alter seemingly intractable global development challenges. Monitoring and tracking environmental quality and air pollution, measuring how infrastructure like water pumps and power lines are working, monitoring water quality, and detecting … Read more >

What Is Strategy?

Two of the first articles I remember reading in my MBA strategy class (and I think the same two read by most MBA students today…) were “Five Forces” and “What is Strategy?” by Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter.  Today, … Read more >