DNA Excerpt: Carly Fiorina

DNA Excerpt: Carly Fiorina

by Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
Posted February 29, 2008 in DNA Quotes and Excerpts

tough choices carly fiorinaFrom Tough Choices: A Memoir by Carly Fiorina:

The goal was not for Hewlett-Packard to take over Compaq, as Compaq had done with DEC and Tandem. The goal was to use the best of both companies to build something stronger and better. We would use the best of both product lines, both management teams, and both cultures. We needed the DNA of both companies to form a new company that could compete and win in the twenty-first century. We needed two strands of DNA to adapt to the changing industry landscape.

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