Following are some Andy Grove quotes which we have in our database of Quotes of Andy Grove.
I wasn't cut out to be an opera singer, but it was a nice fantasy for a teenager growing up in Hungary during the Stalinist era.
I have been quoted saying that, in the future, all companies will be Internet companies. I still believe that. More than ever, really.
Growth is kinda built into everyone's genes. It's built into management's genes, the salesman's genes, the investors' desires. People expect companies to grow.
There is at least one point in the history of any company when you have to change dramatically to rise to the next level of performance. Miss that moment - and you start to decline.
I've had a wonderful life. What people are going to write about me 10 years after I'm dead - who cares?
Just as we could have rode into the sunset, along came the Internet, and it tripled the significance of the PC.
We are now living on Internet time. It's a new territory, and the cyber equivalent of the Oklahoma land rush is on.
Congress will pass a law restricting public comment on the Internet to individuals who have spent a minimum of one hour actually accomplishing a specific task while on line.
If the world operates as one big market, every employee will compete with every person anywhere in the world who is capable of doing the same job. There are lots of them and many of them are hungry.
Most Americans probably aren't aware that there was a time in this country when tanks and cavalry were massed on Pennsylvania Avenue to chase away the unemployed.
I was running an assembly line designed to build memory chips. I saw the microprocessor as a bloody nuisance.
Pickups, S.U.V.'s, vans and the like represent about 80 million vehicles, with mileage of perhaps 13 to 16 miles per gallon. Converting those should be our first priority.
I really don't have much respect for the people who live their lives motivated by an exit strategy existing, being performed. There was no option that we were trained in that says, 'If it gets too hard, get up and leave.'
When a change in how some element of one's business is conducted becomes an order of magnitude larger than what that business is accustomed to, then all bets are off.