英特尔创始人格鲁夫刻骨铭心的少年记忆

JM
2006-03-26 23:54:53 看过

1936年出生于匈牙利布达佩斯的格鲁夫,在2001年,他英特尔公司董事会主席的任上,写了这本自传。

这一年他66岁。

66岁的格鲁夫开始回首来时路。

童年诸多不堪回首的记忆,少年被战争和各种政治事件惊扰不得安宁,成长为少年后还不得不离开自己的国家去一个完全陌生的国度以求自保。

格鲁夫的少年是不幸的。

在这本书里,他用了一种平静的娓娓道来的语调,诚实地再现了他曾经地童年、少年心路。

一本可以和德鲁克《旁观者》参照阅读的伟大的书。


我google了一下Andrew S. Grove。在intel主页上看到他的小传,不是很长,于是就试译了一下:
http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/bios/grove/bio2.htm

安迪·格鲁夫

高级顾问
英特尔公司

安迪·格鲁夫,1936年生于匈牙利布达佩斯。1960年毕业于纽约城市大学(City College of New York ),获化学工程学士学位,1963年于加州大学伯克利分校( University of California, Berkeley )获博士学位。毕业后,他加入了仙童半导体公司(Fairchild Semiconductor )的研发实验室,并于1967年成为研发部门的总经理助理(Assistan Director)。

1968年7月,格鲁夫博士参与了英特尔公司的创建。1979年,他被任命为英特尔公司总裁,并于1987年被任命为CEO。1997年,他被任命为董事会主席兼CEO。1998年5月,他辞去CEO职位。此后,他作为英特尔公司的董事会主席供职至2005年5月,并在之后留任公司高级顾问。

格鲁夫博士著有40多篇科技论文,并拥有多项半导体设备、科技方面的专利。他曾在加州大学伯克利分校任教六年,教授必修课程半导体设备物理学(semiconductor device physics )。他目前在斯坦福大学商学院担任客座教授(lecturer ),教授一门叫做“信息处理行业的战略与行动”(Strategy and Action in the Information Processing Industry)。

格鲁夫博士接受过各项名誉学位,其中有纽约城市大学颁发的名誉理学博士(1985),伍斯特工艺学院颁发的(Worcester Polytechnic Institutehttp://www.wpi.edu/ )名誉工程学博士(1989),哈佛大学颁发的名誉法学博士(2000)。

他的第一本书《物理学与半导体设备科技》(Physics and Technology of Semiconductor Devices )被许多全美综合排名领先的大学采用。他写的关于管理的书,包括《高产量管理》(Output Management , 1983),《与格鲁夫面对面 》(Output Management , 1983), 《只有偏执狂才能生存》(Only the Paranoid Survive,1996), 还有与罗伯特·博格曼(Robert A. Burgelman)合著的《战略动力学:原理与实例》(Strategic Dynamics: Concepts and Cases, 2005)。他的自传《游向彼岸》出版于2001年。作为《财富》、《华尔街日报》和《纽约时报》的文章作者,他写的一个每周一次的专栏曾在多家报纸连载。他还为《职业女性杂志》(Working Woman magazine)写过一个关于管理的专栏。

格鲁夫博士曾入选美国电气和电子工程师协会(IEEE)和国家工程师学会( National Academy of Engineering)会员。他是美国电气和电子工程师协会的的工程师领导奖(IEEE Engineering Leadership Recognition award , 1987)和AEA成就勋章(1993)的获得者。1997年,他获颁《工业周刊》(Industry Week)“年度科技领袖”,《CEO杂志》的“年度CEO”,并《时代》(Time magazine)选为“年度人物”。1998年,格鲁夫博士被美国管理学会(Academy of Management)选为“年度卓越执行官”(Distinguished Executive of the Year)。2000年,他又获得美国电气和电子工程师协会(IEEE)2000 荣誉勋章。2001年,他被《战略管理社会》(Strategic Management Society)选为“终身成就奖”的获得者。2004年,格鲁夫博士被沃顿商学院与《每日商业报道》(Nightly Business Report)评为“过去25年最有影响力的商业领袖”( Most Influential Business Person in the Last Twenty-Five Years)。在同一年,他接受了斯坦福大学商学院颁发的Ernest C. Arbuckle 奖。

格鲁夫博士是一个治疗前列腺癌基金会的董事。在加州大学旧金山分校(UCSF),他是 Patient Advocate, 并是 National Chair of the Campaign for UCSF。他同时参与管理一个私人组织,格鲁夫基金。




Andrew S. Grove
Senior Advisor
INTEL CORPORATION
Andrew S. Grove was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1936. He graduated from the City College of New York in 1960 with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree and received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 1963. Upon graduation, he joined the Research and Development Laboratory of Fairchild Semiconductor and became Assistant Director of Research and Development in 1967.

In July 1968, Dr. Grove participated in the founding of Intel Corporation. In 1979 he was named its President, and in 1987 he was named Chief Executive Officer. In May 1997 he was named Chairman and CEO, and in May 1998 he relinquished his CEO title. He stepped down as Chairman in May 2005, and remains Senior Advisor.

Dr. Grove has written over 40 technical papers and holds several patents on semiconductor devices and technology. He taught a graduate course in semiconductor device physics at the University of California, Berkeley for six years. He currently is a lecturer at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, teaching a course entitled "Strategy and Action in the Information Processing Industry".

Dr. Grove has received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the City College of New York (1985), an honorary Doctor of Engineering degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1989) and an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Harvard University (2000).

His first book, Physics and Technology of Semiconductor Devices has been used at many leading universities in the United States. His books on managing include High Output Management (1983), One-on-One With Andy Grove (1987), Only the Paranoid Survive (1996), and Strategic Dynamics: Concepts and Cases, co-authored by Robert A. Burgelman, (2005). His autobiography, Swimming Across, was published in 2001. An author of articles in Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times, he has written a weekly column on management which was carried by several newspapers, and a column on management for Working Woman magazine.

Dr. Grove has been elected a Fellow of the IEEE and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He is the recipient of the IEEE Engineering Leadership Recognition award (1987), and the AEA Medal of Achievement award (1993). In 1997 he received the "Technology Leader of the Year" award from Industry Week, the "CEO of the Year" award from CEO magazine, and was named "Man of the Year" award by Time magazine. In 1998 Dr. Grove was named "Distinguished Executive of the Year" by the Academy of Management, and received the IEEE 2000 Medal of Honor award in 2000. In 2001 he was named as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Strategic Management Society. In 2004, Dr. Grove was honored as the Most Influential Business Person in the Last Twenty-Five Years by the Wharton School of Business and the Nightly Business Report. That same year, he received the Ernest C. Arbuckle Award from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Dr. Grove is a Board member for the Prostate Cancer Foundation. At the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), he is Patient Advocate, and National Chair of the Campaign for UCSF. He is also actively involved in the Grove Foundation, a private philanthropic organization.


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