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agk
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re: HP names outsider as CEO
agk   10/1/2010 6:55:55 AM
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Most comments were about suiting an experience in software to both hardware and software. CEO levels one need to view differently. They just need to steer the operations in the right direction and almost all the feed back for that comes from the various divisions of the company mostly from the marketting side.So i feel Mr.Apotheker will be able to easily pick up the scent of the Hardware also. My best wishes to him.

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re: HP names outsider as CEO
ylshih   10/1/2010 5:55:29 AM
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Sometimes an outsider can do good things, just because of the change of perspective; other times the poor cultural fit and lack of industry expertise becomes a stumbling block, depending on the new CEO's ego. Certainly the software and services sectors at HP are substantial, but hardware still dominates. The initial stock market reaction is that it isn't a good fit.

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re: HP names outsider as CEO
resistion   10/1/2010 4:58:54 AM
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Yeah, surprised here as well. Hardware types must not like it at all.

yalanand
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re: HP names outsider as CEO
yalanand   10/1/2010 4:54:58 AM
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How difficult or easy is it to head a hardware company when you have software background ?

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re: HP names outsider as CEO
Sheetal.Pandey   10/1/2010 2:54:11 AM
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May be he can bring in the best of hardware and software business afterall HP and SAP both are dominant in their teritories.

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re: HP names outsider as CEO
phoenixdave   9/30/2010 11:06:26 PM
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A business software applications person leading a hardware-focused company like HP should be interesting. Wonder if this provides a clue on future strategic changes at HP coming down the line?

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re: HP names outsider as CEO
Baolt   9/30/2010 10:52:46 PM
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i woundnt shock if the company would be Microsoft, or Adobe but it HP. Worlds 1 of the biggest electronics company not software giant. Someone who is outside the market, and kicked out by managing board is not the perfect choice.

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