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Paul Otellini knows a thing or two about making unorthodox career moves. In 2005, he became the first non-engineer named to the top post at Santa Clara-based Intel, the world's leading manufacturer of microprocessors for personal and business computing. His wide-ranging background at Intel contributed to his professional rise. Likewise, today's MBA graduates should seek jobs at organizations that encourage them to stretch out of their comfort zone and take on a variety of roles. That was some of the advice dispensed by Otellini, chief executive officer of the computer chip maker, during his View from the Top speech to Business School students on Nov. 7, organized by the School's Center for Leadership Development and Research.
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