Hp Transformation Leadership

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TRANSFORMATION Leadership at HP | Under supervision of DR. Ahmed Farouk | | This report will present transformation process of hp corp. By discussing the following topics: Organization background, organization culture specifically “hp way”, One of the leaders who leaded the company towards a great transformation, hp before and after the transformation and finally discussing the role of the human resource in the transformation process. | | | 1/30/2012 | | CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………………………………………… | 03 | 2. ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND ……………………………………………………………….2.1 HP Background …………………………………………………………………………………..2.2 HP…show more content…
Organizational leadership means the process of improving actions of line managers and decision makers through better knowledge and understanding. To operate effectively, organizations need to fit or align themselves with their environment, strategies, capabilities and leadership skills. To compete successfully in highly competitive and constantly changing business environment, however, organizations also need to achieve fitness and the ability to learn and change to fit new circumstances. In other words, firms can lose their competitive advantage through the lapse of time, therefore leadership skills are the only sustainable competitive advantage firms can have. After a colleagues ' discussion, and a series research, we have decided that Hewlett Packard (HP) will be the subject of our case study for the Organizational Leadership course project. Reason being, the HP culture speaks, acts, and operates within their values, which will be further elaborated in their motto that is widely shared at HP, "The HP Way". The core organizational values have been embedded and practiced by their employees over the years proves that HP is one of the best learning organizations around today. Hewlett-Packard (HP) is one of those companies that have risen to the top. It is a well known company with a good name and great financial successes. But is this company able to remain at that top? Could HP avoid failures that follow success in many high-tech
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