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“Management by Walking Around”
Bill and Dave practiced an innovative management style that included “Management by Walking Around” or MBWA, shown here being practiced in the company’s Loveland, Colorado, facility. MWBA assumed that ...
10 Years of Yokogawa Hewlett-Packard
Lucile Packard and Flora Hewlett joined their husbands and the Hewlett-Packard board of directors on a special trip to Japan to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Yokogawa Hewlett-Packard (later Hewlet ...
A Bonsai for the Boss
In 1977, Kyoko Sagimori of Hewlett-Packard’s Santa Clara division gave Hewlett-Packard a glass bonsai tree. A glassblower who pursued art in her spare time, Sagimori crafted the item on lunch breaks a ...
A Heinz Family Foundation Honor
The Heinz Awards are given out annually by the Heinz Family Foundation to recognize individuals who had made important contributions in various areas of modern life. Bill and Dave jointly received the ...
A Letter of Commendation
The war brought Hewlett-Packard into its first work on microwave technology through the Leopard project, a top secret program to disrupt enemy radar and protect Allied ships. The demands of the projec ...
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.
A Team Emerges at Stanford
Bill and Dave met for the first time at Stanford’s freshman football tryouts, but they became close as upperclassmen, through a mutual friend and future vice president at Hewlett-Packard, Noel “Ed” Po ...
Addison Avenue Commemorative Lunchbox
This aluminum lunchbox commemorating the rededication of the garage came stuffed with Hewlett-Packard memorabilia, including photos and the schematic for the 200A oscillator.
Addison Avenue Restoration: Details
In preparation for the restoration of the garage, every board was numbered to ensure that it would be replaced in its proper spot or given as close a replacement as possible using reclaimed wood.
Addison Avenue Restoration: Garage
After an extensive renovation, the garage at 367 Addison Avenue reflected its original appearance from 1939. It was on this site that Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard founded their company, and much of t ...