CRN Exclusive: 15 Tough Questions For HP CEO Meg Whitman


Talk about where you are in regard to winning over HP's various constituencies?

What I know from having run organizations like this for many years is that unless you have won the hearts and minds of many people, you're not going to make it. It is a necessary condition for success. And I think in the last couple of months, we have turned that corner. I don't think I'm drinking the Kool-Aid, but I feel we have captured the hearts and minds of HP people. And we are well on our way to capturing the hearts and minds of our partners and customers.

In this goal, we are ahead with our employees, and we are getting there with our customers and partners. And by the time we get halfway through 2013, I think you'll see that flip, too.

 



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