"And everyone at Intel has made a conscious choice to stay with a company that keeps "raising the bar" "
Yup, raising the bar continually for the rank and file, while lowering the same continually for the top tier. Failed acquisitions, continually delayed products, lost markets, opportunities, customers, falling wages, ever lowering employee morale, . . .
Despite this self touted "raising the bar" culture, the company seems to be failing misetsbly. Care to explain?
Do you know that Intel no longer figures any where in the best companies, by growth or employee rating. Analysts have been downgrading it continuously. Seems like "raising the bar" to intimidate employees with micro-management and a constant fear and threat of layoffs are the only aces left in the sleeves of this stupendously failed Management