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私はあきらめない : 世界一の女性CEO、カーリー・フィオリーナの挑戦 /
Watakushi wa akiramenai : sekaiichi no josei CEO, Kārī Fiorīna no chōsen

Author: ジョージ・アンダース著 ; 後藤由季子, 宮內もと子訳. 後藤由季子. 宮內もと子, ; George Anders; Yukiko Gotō; Motoko Miyauchi
Publisher: アーティストハウス, Tōkyō : Ātisuto Hausu, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : Japanese : Shohan
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Recruited in 1999 to run Hewlett-Packard, the legendary company that helped invent Silicon Valley, Carly Fiorina promised big changes from the moment she arrived. For twenty years, she had consistently won over those who doubted her. And at HP she believed she could connect two hostile cultures, remaking the high-tech pioneer while staying true to the HP Way, the old-fashioned values of company founders Bill Hewlett  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Biography
Named Person: Carly Fiorina; David Packard; William R Hewlett
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: ジョージ・アンダース著 ; 後藤由季子, 宮內もと子訳. 後藤由季子. 宮內もと子, ; George Anders; Yukiko Gotō; Motoko Miyauchi
ISBN: 4902088185 9784902088182
OCLC Number: 54917549
Notes: Translation of: Perfect enough : Carly Fiorina and the reinvention of Hewlett-Packard.
Description: 345 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
Other Titles: Perfect enough.
Responsibility: Jōji Andāsu cho ; Gotō Yukiko, Miyauchi Motoko yaku.

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Recruited in 1999 to run Hewlett-Packard, the legendary company that helped invent Silicon Valley, Carly Fiorina promised big changes from the moment she arrived. For twenty years, she had consistently won over those who doubted her. And at HP she believed she could connect two hostile cultures, remaking the high-tech pioneer while staying true to the HP Way, the old-fashioned values of company founders Bill Hewlett and David Packard. Her zesty new style would be "perfect enough." In 2001, she entered an epic struggle with Walter Hewlett, son of HP's late cofounder, over the company's destiny and her stunning plan to merge with archrival Compaq. For months Fiorina and Hewlett battled in the boardroom, in the media, and, ultimately, in court. They couldn't stop until one side destroyed the other. In this fascinating human drama, George Anders draws on unmatched sources to reveal Fiorina to be both braver and more vulnerable than outsiders ever realized. And he discloses the role played by a powerful recluse in Idaho: the only person at HP who could bridge the old era and the new.

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