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  2. Stan Shih - Wikipedia

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    Stan Shih (Chinese: 施振榮; pinyin: Shī Zhènróng; born 18 December 1944), is the Co-founder & Honorary Chairman of Acer Inc. In 1976, after receiving bachelor's and master's degrees in electronic engineering from National Chiao Tung University, Shih founded Multitech with his wife Carolyn Yeh and five partners. Shih chaired Multitech through to 1987, when the company was renamed Acer, continuing as Acer chairman until his retirement in late 2004, having seen the company grow from a ...

  3. Stan Shih - Acer

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    Stan Shih co-founded Acer in 1976 under the name Multitech, and served as Chairman and CEO until his initial retirement in 2004. He returned in November 2013 to help lead Acer through its third corporate transformation. In June 2014 he stepped away from the daily operations and became Honorary Chairman.

  4. Stan Shih – Americas Hub | Reform for Resilience

    www.hsph.harvard.edu/r4r/people/stan-shih

    Stan Shih is the Chairman of StanShih Foundation, and the Co-founder and Honorary Chairman of the Acer Group. Throughout his career and all his life, he has been a social entrepreneur. Since January 2017, he has served as the Honorary Chairman of Major League IoT to promote the rapid transformation of Taiwan industry to face critical challenges in the future.

  5. Rags to Riches Story: Stan Shih, Founder of Acer

    www.yourtechstory.com/2018/02/23/rags-riches...

    This is the story of Stan Shih, founder of Acer who has achieved the greatest success and is now a billionaire. Born on 8 December, 1944 in the Republic of China – Taiwan, Stan Shih faced a struggling childhood. The already poor family was in a state of disaster when Stan, at a tender age of four, lost his father.

  6. Stan Shih is the Chairman of StanShih Foundation, and the Co-founder and Honorary Chairman of the Acer Group. Throughout his career and all his life, he has been a social entrepreneur. Since January 2017, he has served as the Honorary Chairman of Major League IoT to promote the rapid transformation of Taiwan industry to face critical challenges in the future.

  7. Acer Founder Stan Shih Visits AIM’s Supercomputer Lab

    aim.edu/news/acer-founder-stan-shih-visits-aims...

    Stan Shih, Founder and Honorary Chairman of Acer, paid a visit to the Asian Institute of Management on 6 February 2018 to see the progress of construction at the Analytics, Computing, and Complex Systems (ACCeSs@AIM) laboratory.

  8. Stan Shih, Acer's co-founder returned as Chairman in November 2013 with the objective of leading the company through a third corporate transformation and back to profitability. Having completed the tasks set for the six-month transition, in June 2014, Shih stepped down from chairmanship but remains as Honorary Chairman of Acer.

  9. Smiling curve - Wikipedia

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    The concept was first proposed around 1992 by Stan Shih, the founder of Acer Inc., an IT company headquartered in Taiwan. According to Shih's observation, in the personal computer industry, the two ends of the value chain – conception and marketing – command higher values added to the product than the middle part of the value chain – manufacturing.

  10. In Taiwan, where business anonymity is the cultural norm, Stan Shih stands out. Name recognition is anathema in Taiwan, which built its massive computer industry by manufacturing systems for technology giants from the United States, Japan and Europe. Yet Mr. Shih, founder and chairman of the $5.8 billion Acer Group, has spent the past 20 years fighting to make Acer a global brand name, as recognizable in computers as Fujitsu, I.B.M., N.E.C. or Hewlett-Packard.

  11. Sales Culture: Interview with Acer's Stan Shih - CBS News

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    Shih: Leadership is the process of achieving a dream together, especially when that dream seems impossible to achieve. Leaders have to be open minded, and have to accept the ideas of others, even...