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Company Celebrations at HP
Company celebrations were a common occurrence at Hewlett-Packard by the mid-twentieth century. Both company celebrations and informal employee events exhibited a certain flair in their execution.
Continuing the HP Way
Hewlett-Packard’s leadership continued to embrace a hands-on, interpersonal approach even as it grew to be a large global company and after Bill and Dave retired from day-to-day management. Here, John ...
Cubicles Don’t Change HP Collegiality
By the 1960s, cubicles had caught on for administrative personnel, but they didn’t change the collegiality that characterized Hewlett-Packard workspaces.
Dave Packard’s Preserved Office at HP
Dave and Bill’s offices at 1501 Page Mill Road still have the same furniture and decor as they did when they worked there. This photo shows Dave’s office. The paintings and plaques on the walls reflec ...
Dressed for Success: Fun & Innovation
The HP Way’s combination of fun and innovation ensured all sorts of delightful surprises at company events, including this robot playfully adorned with a bow tie.
Enrique Lores: From Intern to CEO
Hewlett-Packard often garnered lifelong loyalty from its employees, giving them the chance to grow and advance over the course of an entire career spent within the company. Few rose as high as Enrique ...
Hewlett-Packard and Project HIRED
HP was an active partner of Project HIRED (Helping Industry Recruit Employees with Disabilities), a Bay Area nonprofit dedicated to helping people with disabilities find work. Worldwide EEO manager Ha ...
Hewlett-Packard’s Open Door Policy
This letter from Bill Hewlett discussed Hewlett-Packard’s “open door policy” and its importance to the company culture.
Hewlett-Packard’s Oscillator Ashtray
Even as Hewlett-Packard grew to be a global operation and a world-renowned leader in R&D, the company remembered its roots. This ashtray from Hewlett-Packard’s first boardroom featured a diagram of th ...
HP Emphasizes Culture and Community
As part of the HP Way, Bill and Dave sought to build community and positive culture within the company. A key component of their plan was to encourage employees of all ranks to socialize, which includ ...