Ashford 6: - Week 5 – Final Paper
Analysis of Personal and Organizational Ethics and Values between For-Profit and Not-for-Profit Organizations
PHI 445 – Personal & Organizational Ethics
Prof. Robert Lindquist
10/29/13 thru 12/2/13
David W. Barnes
1 Dec 2013
Intel had many ethical dilemmas just like any other company has had though out the life time of the business. And it is all about how you handle the ethical dilemmas to make you a truth worth company. Intel’s credibility was in jeopardy and also at the sentiment of the crisis management in public and corporate relations.
Intel will be in term oil with all the changes in upper management in the upcoming year. May people think that the change is not going to hurt the company, but others say that when there is turn over, others seem to jump off the sinking ship? David Perlmuter, executive vice president was passed over for the top position in the company. Some say he was ousted out by the new administration. David was with the company for 34 year and was the manager of the Intel’s’ Architecture Group. He has been part of the world’s largest PC and server chip maker. David was from Israel and he paved the way with other non-Americans to make their way to the top of Intel.
Kranich will lead the company and has basically pushed David out the door to start his long journey at the top of the helm. The new group in charge wants to move more quickly with more business ideas then in the past. Changes are to come to Intel and his does upset the apple cart sometimes. The new management will contract more products out the open market, which were closely guarded in the past. They want to improve the product to move to the market quicker, so they will sub out the work. This should not cause any problems but time will tell.
Krzanich wants new strategies to prosper, and Intel lead the market in the PC market for years with partner Microsoft. Many who are watching this move...