Growth of Intel and the Learning Curve Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Transistor has been named the most important invention of the 20th century, because it is the basic building block for microprocessors and other chips. Over 20 years ago, the founders of Intel Noyce and Moore predicted the continued exponential growth of the electronics industry, based on the industry's ability to make cheaper and smaller transistors on a training rate of 70%. The case traces of what happened, comparing the speed of learning for the transistors with this car, and to explore what form of Moore's Law holds for chips Intel, and for DRAM. Students need to feel like learning principles may be useful in determining the company's strategy or predicting the industry. "Hide
by Samuel S. Wood, Glen Schmidt Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business 10 pages. Publication Date: June 1, 1999. Prod. #: OIT27-PDF-ENG

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