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New AMD CEO sets aggressive goals

Posted on Thursday, September 01 2011 @ 15:08:03 CEST by


X-bit Labs reports Rory Read, AMD's new CEO, called employees of the company to set up aggressive goals and look ahead as the predator:
"I really like to compete and win, I feel passion for what we are doing. [...] It is worth doing, it is worth doing it right. We can be the leaders. We do not need to look left or right. That is not what we are. We got to become the hunters, we have to look forward, we have to attack the hill. When you set your objectives on something that you believe in, you look ahead as the predator, you become the aggressor, and you deliver on those goals. [...] I believe so much in this team and what we can do together," said Rory Read, the head of AMD, at an employee event.

As the president and COO of Lenovo Group, Mr. Read helped to transform Lenovo into the world’s fastest growing major PC manufacturer and achieving its largest worldwide market share ever. Based on his comments to employees, Mr. Read is confident that AMD will be able to increase its market presence significantly in the years to come.
Sounds nice but the tone reminds us a little of that CEO who was planning to open a can of whoop ass on Intel..



 



 

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