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Author House, Charles H.

Title The HP Phenomenon : Innovation and Business Transformation
Published Palo Alto : Stanford University Press, 2009
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Description 1 online resource (657 pages)
Series Stanford Business Books
Stanford business books.
Contents Contents; Figures; Foreword by Gifford Pinchot; Introduction: Shards in the Glass Ceiling; 1 Creating the HP Way; 2 Lord Kelvin's Imperative; 3 Scaling the HP Way; 4 Division Renewal and the Corporate Laboratories; 5 Planned Transformation; 6 Unexpected Transformation; 7 Second Watershed; 8 The Secret Sauce; Photos Follow Page 248; 9 Disruptive Forces; 10 Marks on Paper; 11 We Need to Be Number One; 12 Looking Forward; 13 Strategic Turmoil; 14 Amicable Separation; 15 Indigestion; 16 Who Decides Who Decides?; Epilogue: Where Now?; Appendices; Acknowledgments; Notes; HP/Agilent Names Index
HP/Agilent Specific Topics IndexGeneral Index
Summary Hewlett-Packard is the eighth largest industrial company in America. This book will examine the Hewlett-Packard company from its origins until the founders changed the CEO for the last time, fifty-three years later
Notes Print version record
Subject Hewlett-Packard Company -- History.
Hewlett-Packard Company -- Management.
Computer industry -- United States -- Management -- Case studies.
Electronic industries -- United States -- Management -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Price, Raymond L. (Raymond Lewis)
ISBN 0804772614