Who Is Andrew Grove?

Andrew Grove was born in Hungary, but he moved to the US, where during the 1970s-80s became one of the most respected executives as he became the CEO of Intel Corporation, which he helped transition into one of the largest firms in the world, at his time. He invented the goal-setting method called OKR, which has become a standard for tech companies like Google. And now it is a major goal-setting model for many tech-driven organizations.

Andy Grove, helped Intel become among the most valuable companies by 1997. In his years at Intel, he conceived a management and goal-setting system, called OKR, standing for “objectives and key results.” Venture capitalist and early investor in Google, John Doerr, systematized in the book “Measure What Matters.”

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