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Willy Shih, Professor of management at Harvard business school Episode 3

The Evolution of the Global Semiconductor Industry

How do we reignite innovation?

  • Prof. Willy Shih
  • Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School
Aired: May 27, 2021

Episode 3 introduces Willy Shih, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He joins Nadia and Pav to discuss the links between manufacturing and innovation. As the past can often teach us about the future, Prof. Shih gives a brief historical perspective on the growth of Taiwan’s successful semiconductor foundry capacity and the vulnerabilities that history may pose for the US today.