In August 2011, the Wall Street Journal ran a key article on Hewlett Packard: “From former CEO Carly Fiorina's spectacular flame-out, and former chairwoman Patricia Dunn's illegal spying scandal, to Mr. Hurd's alleged sex scandal that apparently didn't involve any sex at all, this sort of dysfunction has become "the H-P Way".” In Rock Stars, Spies and Scandals: The HP Way, Richard Gibbs sets out the trials and tribulations of HP over the last ten years, from Carly to Meg, and tries to determine whether vestiges of the orginal HP culture have survived.
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Richard Gibbs is a recognized expert in marketing channels and change management. He held senior positions at Novell and Xerox. His career has embraced operational management of partnerships to directing major change initiatives with and through partners. He earned a PhD from the University of Gloucestershire and an MBA from Henley Management College. He lectures. writes and advises on how firms can gain competitive advantage through partnering and change. He is contactable at firstname.lastname@example.org
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