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Articles by Ed Frauenheim

Restructuring 101

January 10, 2008
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Despite decades of calls for leaders to act ‘strategically’ with respect to the workforce, most companies still lack consistent and logical methods for making the best choices during a restructuring. Experts say Intel has done some things right, but not everything.
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Is It Still Intel Inside

January 10, 2008
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Intel’s track record of success over roughly 40 years has been attributed in part to its system of beliefs. Company officials say the Intel way continues to thrive—and point to a financial rebound in 2007 as well as product innovation. But two years ago, Intel came under fire from authors who claim the company’s culture has deteriorated. That point is echoed by some ex-employees who were laid off or left Intel during its major corporate overhaul of the past 20 months.
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Spurned by Intel, Leadership Experts Launch Their Own Firm

January 10, 2008
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Two Intel training veterans found numerous business unit leaders in the company who were interested in their cross-cultural leadership evaluation tool, but couldn’t elicit the interest of top HR leadership.
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Culture Crash

January 10, 2008
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In executing a corporate overhaul did Intel lose what made it such a celebrated place to work?
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Whither Denmark?

January 4, 2008
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Will A “Warm” Korea Be Enough?

December 21, 2007
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Which Side of the Pond Is Wisest?

December 18, 2007
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China’s Safety Net Challenge

December 7, 2007
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Authorias Talent for Talent Management Software

December 6, 2007
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Authoria has emerged as the rock star of the moment in talent management software. But it remains to be seen how long the company’s celebrity will last amid bruising competition and the demands of rapid growth.
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A Glimpse of Fusion

November 30, 2007
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Oracle devoted a number of sessions to Fusion applications at its November user conference in San Francisco. During one such seminar, Oracle senior vice president Steve Miranda said the coming software products will be productive, manageable, secure and based on standards.
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