5 Recent HP Exec Moves: From New North America Leader To New Board Director
The latest executive moves by HP Inc. include a new North American leader, two executives in the Workforce Solutions group and a new board member.
Over the course of a month, HP Inc. has seen the appointments of a new North American leader, two executives in the Workforce Solutions group and a new board member.
The latest executive moves come as the Palo Alto, Calif.-based PC and printer giant moves forward with CEO Enrique Lores’ Future Ready plan, which includes big investments in growth areas like hybrid work offerings, peripherals and gaming.
Three recent executive appointments made by HP happened in the company’s Workforce Solutions group, a business led by former Poly CEO Dave Shull that brings together all the company’s solutions and services, including managed print services and device-as-a-service.
The company also shook up leadership for its North America and Northwest Europe businesses, with its four-year North American leader moving to take over the latter territory while a 25-year company veteran took over the former business.
HP also expanded its board of directors, appointing a longtime finance executive who was most recently the CFO of pharmaceutical company Moderna.
What follows are the five recent executive moves at HP you should know about.