Mark Shepherd, Texas Instruments Chairman from “76 to ’88, described Low Power Schottky as “the single most profitable product line in the history of Texas Instruments.”  Yet the introduction of Low Power Schottky was never assured, nor was its future within the TI business.  The drive behind Low Power Schottky was Tim B. Smith.  Recently,…

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Emerging Spring From the Winter of Creative Destruction Understand the value customers seek, and excel. Big Progress is rarely received with overwhelming support from those around you. “Focus on customer needs” may sound worn and tired, but serving customer needs is the reason of existence for any business. Nurture your customer relationships. They are your…

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