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Intel Reorganization: 8 Big Changes Made Under Pat Gelsinger

To fight back against the growing influence of AMD, Nvidia, Arm and other companies in the semiconductor industry, new Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is enacting a whirlwind of organizational changes, both on the manufacturing side and the product side. CRN reviews the eight biggest changes.

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New Corporate Planning Group

In the same memo about the new manufacturing group, Intel leaders said it had formed another new group, the Corporate Planning Group, which sits in Intel’s Sales and Marketing Group and brings together the Business Management Group, the Global External Manufacturing and Sourcing Group and long-range planning resources.

The new group is being led by Stuart Pann (pictured), a 33-year Intel veteran through 2014 who was most recently CEO of retail tech startup Bossa Nova and, prior to that, chief supply chain officer of HP Inc. Pann, who will report to the Michelle Johnston Holthaus, was previously the leader of Intel’s Business Management Group, which is responsible for pricing, revenue and forecasting for the company’s products. Pann’s new job was confirmed by Johnston Holthaus on Twitter and by Pann on LinkedIn.

“By combining these important functions into one team, we will accelerate the success of IDM 2.0 and enable business priorities across internal manufacturing, external manufacturing, and support all our customers for growth and success,” the memo said.

 
 
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