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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Rephrased
by Mark on Mon 7th Mar 2005 21:11 UTC

If I may paraphrase my previous post. HP lacks a singular, well-defined vision. The need someone at the helm with the cajones (literal or figurative) to state where the company is going and lead them there. The leadership has run all over the industry trying to figure what they're doing for too long.