Linked by Terry Shannon on Mon 7th Mar 2005 07:48 UTC
Editorial With HP's high-flying CEO Carly Fiorina departing, the company's woes are well known. But how did a firm with such a storied history and vast assets get headed down the wrong path, and what do they need to do to set their course straight?
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Stop Outsourcing
by Dean Williams on Mon 7th Mar 2005 14:03 UTC

Stop Outsourcing, stop letting share holders run
the Company, and stop trying to be a low price
leader on a bunch of junk.

What happened to building a quality product, support
and paying for what a product is worth.

Until then, they will flounder around, outsource
products and be destined to be a junk product
vendor with NO quality.

The reason why the Tech sector went sour was
using 'cheap-o offshore labor' with horrible
results, no control and who cares attitude
except for the stock price.

The USA invented Tech, then Corporations wanted
more returns on the stock price and decided to
Offshore it to 3rd world countries and this
is what we have today. Failed attempts to run
a company based on being 'cheap'......

Well, look at HP a Outsourced, 3rd world labor
service company with horrible junk products.

No vision, no leadership, only 'cheap'....