The HP Way: How Bill Hewlett and I Built Our Company

The HP Way: How Bill Hewlett and I Built Our Company

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is great. Very easy text,and it's pretty short. David Packard wrote a very simple, yet interesting book. This book goes way back to when David Packard was a little kid, to the mid ninetees when HP was a powerhouse. I enjoyed reading it, and I will recommend it to anyone wanting to know more about the history of Hewlett-Packard.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Considering that an electrical engineer like David Packard could have written a, boring, detailed account of how he and Bill Hewlett pieced together their very first piece of equipment in the now famous Palo Alto, California garage. This book surprises you with its simple down to earth account of how it all began and how they built this tiny garage shop into the multi billion dollar company that it is today. They did it not only with a strong belief in new and innovative products, but in the people that helped build the company. This simple belief built the foundation into the HP Way of corporate greatness. The book was simply written, but it is this style that allowed me to understand the friendship between David Packard and Bill Hewlett and the corporate culture that they developed at HP. I would recommend this book to anyone that is a manager or executive to benchmark the corporate culture that HP established or applaud yourself if you have already embraced the HP Way. I trully believe, as David Packard and Bill Hewlett did, that you need a strong belief in people to make a company succeed.