The HP Phenomenon

The HP Phenomenon

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The HP Phenomenon tells the story of how Hewlett-Packard innovated and transformed itself six times while most of its competitors were unable to make even one significant transformation. It describes those transformations, how they started, how they prevailed, and how the challenges along the way were overcomea€”reinforcing David Packard's observation that qchange and conflict are the only real constants.q The book also details the philosophies, practices, and organizational principles that enabled this unprecedented sequence of innovations and transformations. In so doing, the authors capture the elusive qspirit of innovationq required to fuel growth and transformation in all companies: innovation that is customer-centered, contribution-driven, and growth-focused. The corporate ethos described in this booka€”with its emphasis on bottom-up innovation and sufficient flexibility to see results brought to the marketplace and brought alive inside the companya€”is radically different from current management qbest practice.q Thus, while primarily a history of Hewlett-Packard, The HP Phenomenon also holds profound lessons for engineers, managers, and organizational leaders hoping to transform their own organizations. qAt last! The 'HP Way, that most famous of all corporate philosophies, has taken on an almost mythical status. But how did it really work? How did it make Hewlett-Packard the fastest growing, most admired, large company of the last half-century? Now, two important figures in HP's history, Chuck House and Raymond Price, have finally given us the whole story. The HP Phenomenon is the book we've been waiting for: the definitive treatise on how Bill and Dave ran their legendary company, day to day and year to year. It should be a core text for generations of young entrepreneurs and managers, a roadmap to building a great€”Michael S. Malone, author of Bill a Dave: How Hewlett and Packard Built the World's Greatest CompanyThe reaction to any minor thing she wanted to change was a€œThis is not the hP Way. This is going to destroy the hP Way.a€ It was absurd.13 The HP Way, Version 2001.1 In her first two years, fiorina got more ink for hP from the business pressanbsp;...

Title:The HP Phenomenon
Author: Charles House, Raymond Price
Publisher:Stanford University Press - 2009-10-09

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