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The Future of Hewlett-Packard As you know I have recently completed a comprehensive look at our company to asses the needs of our employees and what steps need to be taken in order to ensure the growth of our business For HP to grow there are three key areas that need to be addressed One how we do business Are we becoming too diversified around the world and therefore becoming weaker in the market Two the changes of how HP manages its business Have we become too relaxed in our approach to instilling values in the company Three the HP Way How have we changed from the ideologies of our founders Hewlett and Packard Findings How we do business We find HP to be a force to be reckoned with For the last ten years HPs net revenue has climbed each year But now we find ourselves slowing down This means that we have had to put more efforts into marketing than our RD These efforts have made us change from a reacting strategy to an innovative strategy This has made us churn out product that will be either replaced or revamped in only a few short years There is a sense that weve sacrifice our current business to get into new business This has given the employees an uneasy feeling of how HP is planning for the future if the products always are changing How HP manages its business HP has become too relaxed in the approach on how we manage our business units and ourselves The information that supports this issue revolves around a specific event rather than over a period of time I have been reviewing the company satisfaction surveys and they show a dramatic decrease in overall contentment with the leadership of our business I noticed that in 1989 HPs former leadership purchased Apollo Computer a competitor The decision was made to pay for the purchase out-of-pocket
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