With the Trump administration’s escalating restrictions on several major Chinese technology companies, and little sign that there will be a reset after the upcoming U.S. election, semiconductor companies in China, both domestic and multi-national, are caught in the center of a geopolitical storm.
After weeks of being immersed in immediate questions about the unfolding situation—addressing supply chain breakdowns, virtual workforces, lock-downs and much more—CEOs are starting to tackle the challenge of preparing for what is next
Egon Zehnder’s Global Semiconductor Practice Group assembled a group of human resources executives from some of the world’s leading semiconductor companies for a dinner conversation focused on the trends and challenges facing the industry.
Egon Zehnder’s Global Semiconductor Practice Group recently assembled a group of human resources executives from some of the world’s leading semiconductor companies for a dinner conversation focused on the trends and challenges facing the industry.
The maker movement is a cultural phenomenon that celebrates shared experimentation, iterative learning and discovery through connected communities that build together while always emphasizing creativity over criticism.
The semiconductor industry, a prime driver of the global economy for more than five decades, may be entering a period of significant transition. The path forward promises plenty of twists and turns, confronting senior leaders with fresh challenges and complex choices.
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