"Intellectual honesty" is the term Andy Grove, chairman and former president of Intel Corp., uses to describe Intel's policy of open communication. "We communicate and communicate and communicate, at every level, in every form," says Grove. "Anyone can ask anybody any question. We have probably shaken loose a lot of bad ideas that way." It also has helped to make Intel a major player in the personal computer market, with more than $29.3 million in sales in 1999 alone.