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"1995" - 14 Total Result(s)
A Network of Networks
HP’s employee groups were heavily localized and driven by grassroots actors, resulting in a wide range of organizations throughout the company. This table, printed in a U.S. publication, helped employ ...
A Presidential Visit: Packard in China
On his last trip to China in 1995, Dave Packard (right) visited his old friend Jiang Zemin, then sitting-president of the People’s Republic of China.
Black Employees Forum
The Black Employees Forum was HP’s oldest resource group, with roots dating back to the 1970s — long before resource groups were formally organized or empowered. By 1995, when John Blue (left) and Art ...
Employee Networks: A How-To Guide
HP published this insert offering guidance to employees who wanted to start new employee groups in a 1995 issue of its employee newsletter, Measure. The same issue highlighted the accomplishments of e ...
Formalizing LGBTQ+ Representation
The HP Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Employee Network (GLEN) was among the first resource groups to receive an official charter from HP, and the informal networks that preceded it went back to the 1970s, ...
Free University Recognizes Hewlett
Hewlett-Packard was founded on the idea that engineering and science could be used to drive business and improve people’s lives. This medal of excellence in applied sciences from the Free University o ...
HP 5030: Enter the Pavilion
The HP 5030 was the beginning of Pavilion, the first line of Hewlett-Packard computers designed and priced specifically for home and home office use. The first Pavilions were desktops, but the brand g ...
IEEE Computer Entrepreneur Award
Bill and Dave jointly received the Computer Entrepreneur Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) in 1995. The award was granted, “For entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, ...
In Good Company
As the 1990s brought increased attention to tech companies, Hewlett-Packard became the subject of widespread admiration and emulation, in large part due to its philanthropic practices. Hewlett-Packard ...
New Production Site in Bergamo
In 1991 Hewlett-Packard opened a new production site in Bergamo, Italy. Women had opportunities for leadership roles right away — the first female production supervisor started that same year.