Harvard Business School Presents the Intel 386 Case for Teens
It goes without saying that kids and teens in this day and age have grown up with and can’t live without tech gadgets, right? Internet chatting on the laptop, Xbox 360s, PSPs and iPods all have come from the all-mighty microprocessor.
And how did the tech companies during the 1980s make decisions to innovate on the clunkier technology of their day and how did they arrive at today's standards, where we can hold everything in our hands?
Join Harvard Business School Professor Richard S. Tedlow's presentation about Intel, the company that drove the business innovations during the 1980s, which have led us to where we are today. Learn how HBS teaches using the Case Method, where you can ask questions and draw conclusions while the professor creates an interactive discussion environment!
The Museum will provide enough pizza for everyone, and the entire event is FREE for all. Teens can come with parents or on their own. We welcome kids of all ages.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043